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International Jewellery Department 



INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR 

Fraii^cd? Ciirìel 
TeL+41 (p)2.2. 311J I700 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 
DIRECTOR 

M)TÌani Chrisrinaz 
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BUSINESS DEWELOPMENT 
DIRECTOR 

Nitac h j Vsssiltchikov 

Tel:+4I (oj^i pi) lyij 

SENIOR EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 

Raymond Sancroft-Baker 
TeÌ:+44(ol20 7,1 By 23^8 

ICLIENTDEVELOPMENT 

Saiah O'Brien 
(Interna ti Oli il Client 
De^'elopraent Director) 
TeL +44 (0)20 7ìS.j 34y4 

BUBtNESS MANAGER5 
AMERICA5 

S.ii-jh C.i'.hin 

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ASIA 

[da Lee 

TeL+iiji2 2[j7«'V'.Ji:5 

LONDON & DUBAI 

Aimelle de Laiibier-Rlially 

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WORLDWIDE 
AMSTERDAM 

Jessic.T Koers 
Diiiiel Girod 
Tel:+j|i (a)20S75 5yi5 

BANGKOK 

Yaovanee Nii'andajra (Liiiisoii) 

Tel;+6é 2 6ji2 layy 

BARCELONA 

Ciica Escoda (Liaison] 

Tel:+j4 (a)g_i 4S7 Si 51^ 

BERLIN 

Prede rik Sihwirz 

Tel:+4:j (o) 175 524 4^1 7y 

CHICAGO 

Tel: + 1 ]i2 7H7 2765 

DUBAI 

David Warrtii 

(Senior In tern.it io lui Specialisti 

Tel:+44 (0)20 y^Sy sjHj 

GEMEVA 

Eric Val dieii 
leaii-MiTC Limel 
Helen Molesworth 
Tel:+4l (0)2,2 jlg I730 

HONG KONG 

Vickie Sek [Je'welkry and [adeite] 
Kaien AiiVeiing 
Tel:+!Jj2 2j2i 5396 



JAKARTA 

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KUALA LUMPUR 

lim Mei:g Houg (Liaison) 
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LON DON 
KiNG STREET 

Keirh Peoton 

Tel: +44 [0)20 73^5 2.52.Q 

Einaia Checkley 

TeL +44 [0)20 73892,4^3 

DavidWirren 

(Senior Intemattonai Specialist) 

TeL: +44 [0)20 73^9 ^3^3 

SOUTH KENSINGTON 

GeoffYoiuig 

TeL +44 [0)20 7752 ,ì267 

LOS ANGELES 

Tel +1 jia 3B5 2ÓÙ6 

MADRID 

Maria Sempere 

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MILAU 

Teresi Scarliti 

Tel: +3y 02 30 32 83 70 



NEW YORK 

HaliiU Kadakia 

Dapliìie Lijigoii 

Le di e Roskiiid 

Maria Los. Saies Reporesentative 

Tel: + i 2126362300 

PAftIS 

Mar ie-La u re n ce Tix ler 

Tel:+33 (0)1 4076 S5 Si 

ROME 

Francesco Alverà 

Tiziana Appetiti 

Tel: +39 Qù ùSó 3340 

SHANGHAI 

B renda Kang 

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SINGAPORE 

Wen LiTint; 

Tel:+6j Ù23J 382S 

SYDNEY 

Honan Sulich 

Tel: + 51 (□] 2 ^326 1422 

TAiPEI 

Ada Oiig (Liaison) 

Tel:+SSÈ22736 335(3 

TOKYO 

Kioi'iYoshidi (Li^json) 

Teh+Si (0)3 3J7ioótìS 

ZURICH 

MirianneTrilinpler (Liaison) 

Tel:+41 (0)44268 lDi6 



AucTioN Calendar 



To include yoiir ptoperty in these salsplease consign tem weeks before the sale date_ Contact thespecialists or representative office tbr fiirther 

Information. 



7 APRII 

JEWEIS AT SOCiTK 

KENSINGTON 

LONDON 

22 APRIL 

THE NEW YORK SALE 

26 APRIL 

THE DUBAI SALE 

J9 APRIL 
AMSTERDAM JEWELS 

13 MAY 

THE GEMEVA SALE 

14 MAY 

JEWELS AT SOUTH 
KENSlMGiTOM 

LONDOM 

26 MAY 

THE HONG KONG SALE 



27 MAY 
MILAN JEWELS 

10 JUNE 

THE LONDON SALE 

n JUNE 

THE NEWYORK SALE 

17 JUNE 

JEWELS AT SOUTH 

KEKSÌNGTON 

LONDON 

la JULY 

JEWELS AT SOUTH 

KENSINGTON 

LONDON 

BSEPTEMBER 
JEWELS AT SOUTH 
KENSINGTON 

LONDON 



6 OCTOBER 
PARIS JEWELS 

21 OCTOBER 

THE NEW YORK SALE 

27 OCTOBER 
THE DUBAI SALE 

27 OCTOBER 
JEWELS AT SOUTH 
KENSINGTON 

LONDON 

i NOVEMBER 
AMSTERDAM JEWELS 

1"^ NOVEMBER 
JEWELS AT SOUTH 
KENSINGTON 

LONDON 

18 NOVEMBER 
THE GEMEVA SALE 



25 NOVEMBER 
MILAN JEWELS 

l DECEMBER 

THE HONG KOWG SALE 

9 DECEMBER 

THE LONDON SALE 

10 DECEMBER 

THE NEWYORK SALE 

15 DECEMBER 
JEWELS AT SOUTH 
KENSINGTON 

LONDON 



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AUCTION 

Wednesddy lì May zooy 
14.30 Hoiirs (Lo:s 1-109) 
19.00 HoLirs (Locs ilo-iy6) 

under :he aegis of 

Maitre le<in Chrjstin. Hiiissier Jtidiciaire 

At the ?ovìv Seasons Hotel des Bergues 

Jj qu.11 ói^i Bergues. 1201 Geneva 

Tel: +41 (0)22 3iy 1730 F.ik:+41 (0)22 jiy 17^1 

AUCTIONEERS 

Francois Curiel. Ra!iul Kadaki.i. EricVaidieii 



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AUCTION: CODE AND NUI^BER 

In scnding .ibsentec hids or niaking 
cnquirics. this sale shouldbc rcfnrcd 
toasFRANZ-lBBS 

AUCTION RESULTS 

UK: +44 (0)207627 2.707 
US:+i 212 703 8080 
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Ali jewellery photographed by 
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CONDITION^ OF BALE 

This auirtion is siibjcct to 
Important Noticcs. 
Conditiom of Sale and 
Eo rcscrvcs. 
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Tliis auccion fcamrcs 

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Specialists and Services por 
this auction 



Encl^di«u 
jeau-Mirc Lune! 
Heleti Molesworth 
Tel: +41 (o]32 319 17J0 
Fax: +41 (0)32 319 1731 

AUCnON ADMINtSTRATOftS 
Saoda N)^^ I Jan 
KalUopi KoutotilaJciE 
Amelie Gn» 
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Fax: +41 (0)22 519 »73l 

CATAIOGUERS/JUNIOR SPECIALISTS 

Lyne Kaddouta 
Jessica Siili 

Tel:+41 £0)22 jlt> Ì738 
Fax: +41 ip)zz 319 1731 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
allessa Green 
Td:+4l (0)33 319 1739 
Fax: +41 (o)ii 319 173I 

EMAIL 

Firet iiiidal followed by last 

tiaiiie(àì eh listici, co ot (e.g. EricV^tlieu = 

evaldieojSlchrsties.com), For geoeial 

enqiunes abotil this auclLou emails should 

be addressed to ilip AuctioD 

Adnuni i Ciato r( ì) . 



PRIVATE VIEWING 

Appoinlments iiia>- be made for private 
viewing thrDUgh any of our office! or 
agents, bnt the aiictioneers teserve the right 
to demAnd satii^tory idf ntificaDou and to 
rcfiiìc aduiilrtance. In Genève, appoinlizientt 
nuy be nude by celephoning Jesiici Siili 
OH +41 (0)2.3. 319 1734. 



ABSENTEE AND TELEPHONE BIDS 

lèi: +41 [0)22 319 1736 
Fax: ^-4l (o)3Ji 319 1731 
Internet: w\v%xlinitici.com 

CHRIS TIE'S LIVE ENQUKtlES 

lèi: +41 {o)z2. 319 i7.|i"i 
UK: +44 (0)30 7840 1400 
US:+i aia 468 7400 
Internet: w\VA*x:hhstiei.coin 

AUCTION RESULTS 

UK: +44 (0)20 7637 a7t>7 
US: +1 Zìi 703 &>8o 
loteraet; ww^.clirisfcLes.cain. 

CATALOdUESONUNE 

Lotfi!ider«gi 

Internet: w\vw-cliristies,caiii 



Buwrs 

Tèi; +41 (o)ii 319 1740 

Fax; +4! (0)23 319 1741 

CoiiEignors 

Tel: +41 (d)22 319 1743 

Fax: +41 (0)22319 1741 

SHIPPING 

Tèi: +41 [0)22 319 1758 
Fax: +41 (0)22 jiy 1751 

STORAGE AN D COLLE CTION 

Tèi: +41 [0)22 319 1730 
Fax: +41 (0)22 J19 1731 



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PROPERTY OF COUNT PALMIERI 

1 

A GOLD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, 

BY VAN CLEEF& ARPELS 

The gold curb-link neckchain with pavé-set diamond 
heart-shaped motifs, mounted in 18k gold, 39.8 cm long 
SignedVCA fof Van Cleet&Arpels. no. G4367A1 



SFr, 4,000-6, 000 



US$3, 200-4,800 
€2,700-4,000 



ASETOF GOLD AND DIAMOND 'ALHAMBRA' 
JEWELLERY, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 

Cornprlslng agoidchain designed asaseries ot pavé-set 
diamond dover links; and two bracelets en suite, mounted 
in 18k gold, neckìace 57.0 cm long, bracelets 1 8.5 cm long 

(3) 
SignedVanCieef&Arpels,no. 137321 



US$6,4O0-9,60O 
€5,400-8,000 



SFr,8,000-1 2,000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 



A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING 

Gente ring upon an old-cut diamond witinin a ridged 
fiowerhead surround to tlne briiiiant-cut diamond accents, 
ring sizeS'/y 



SFr, 6, 000-8, 000 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 



US$4, 800-6,400 
€4,100-5,400 



A TURQUOISE, GOLD AND DIAMOND 

BROOCH, BYCARTIER 

Designed as a gold turtle, the openwork bombe shell set 
with a pear-shapedturquoise cabochon, diamond coliets 
and sapplnire accents, to the similariy-set head and legs, 
5.4 cm long, with French assaymark for gold 
Signed CarVter Paris 



SFr. 6.000-9,000 



US$4, 800-7.200 
€4,100-6,000 



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A COLOURED SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD RING 

Set with ayellowsapphire weighing 10.16 carats tothe 

circular-cut emerald surround, gallery and hoop, mounted 

in 1 8k gold, mgsizedli: 

Accompanied by report no. 970 1 1606 dated 24 October 

2003 from theAGJA Gemologìcai Testing Center stating 

ihat the yellow sapphire is naturai, with no tncSìcaUons ol 

heating 



SFr, 12,000-18,000 



US$9,600-14,000 
68,100-12,000 



A DIAMOND RING 

The raisedold-cut diamond weighing 6.57 carats within a 
brilliant-cutdiamond surround tothe plain ISkgold band^ 
ring s!ze 3.0 



SFr,30,000-40,000 



US $24,000-32,000 
€21.000-27,000 



A GOLD AND DIAMOND 

BYCARTIER 



JECKLACE, 



Centering upon a pavé-set diamond panther with emerald 
eyesand onyx nose, totlie bhlliant-cut diamond brick-link 
neckciiain, mounted in 18k goìó. 40.0 cm long, ina Cartter 
red ieather pouch 

SIgned Cartier. no. 710218 



SFr.25, 000-35, 000 



US$20,000-28,000 
617,000-23,000 



AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET 

Designed asa iineof pavé-Get diamond fiowerlieads, 
each centering upon a rectangular-cut emerald, 19.1 cm 
long, with Frenchassaymarkfor gold 



SFr, 15, 000-20.000 



US$12,000-16,000 
ei1,000-13,000 



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A SET OF COLOURED CULTURED PEARL. 
COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND 
JEWELLERY 

Comprisingan openwork bangle.each terminal setwith 
three golden- coloured cultured pearls, to the brilliantand 
marquise-cutyellow diamond and diamond hinged half- 
band: a pairof ear pendantsand a ring of follate design 
en suite, mounted in 18kwlìlte gold and gold, bangle 17.5 
cm inner drcumference, ear pendants 7.5 cm long, ring 
size6'/j [31 



SFr,45, 000-62,000 



US $36,000-50,000 
€31,000-42,000 



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THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 

10 

A PAIR OF COLOURED CULTURED PEARL 
AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS 

Each setwith a golden-coloured cultured pearl measuring 
approximately 17.2x 16,6 and 16.9 x 16.6 mm, to the 
circular-cut diamond surmount, mounted in platinum, 
2.5 cm long 




SFr.32,00O-42,000 



USS26, 000^4, 000 
£22,00^28,000 



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ANOTHER PROPERTY 
11 

AN EBONY. COLOURED DIAMOND 

AND DIAMOND 'BLACKAMOOR' BROOCH, 

BYSABBADINI 

The carved ebony blackamoor wearing an orangy-brown 
diamond and diamond-set turban and a similarly- 
designed tunic with engraved follate motifs, mounted in 
IBkwhite gold. 5, Ocm/ong 
Signed Sabbadini 




SFr.7,000-9,000 



US$5,600-7,200 
64,700-6,000 



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THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 
12 

A DIAMOND PENDENT NECKLACE 

Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 7.1 5 carats, 
to the fine link chain, 1 .7 cm long 

Accompanied by report no. 162309G7 dated 12 
Sepiember 2007 tram the Gì A Gemological fnstìtute of 
America stating that the diamond is D colour, VS2 clarity 



SFr.T50,OQO-190,QOO 



USS120,000-150,000 
€110,000-130,000 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 



A DIAMOND RING 

Setwith a brilliant=Gut diamond weighing 3.04 caraìs, 
to the pear-shaped diamond shoulders weighing 0.47 
and 0.43 carat, mountedin platinum. ring size 6.0 
Accompanied by report no. 15330584 dated 29 
November 2006 from the GIÀ Gemoiogicai tnstitute of 
America stating that the diamond weighing 3.04 carats 
ìsDcoiour. VS2ciarity 



SFr. 55,000-70,000 



US $44,000-56,000 
€37,000-47,000 



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A DIAMOND LONG CHAIN 

Designed asaseries of 234spectacle-set brilliant-cut 
diamonds, mounted in platinum, 178.0 cm long 

The total diamond weight is stated to be 63,14carats 

SFr, 75, 000-90. 000 US $60,000-72. 000 

661,000-60,000 



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A SET OF COLOURED CULTURED PEARL AND 
DIAMOND JEWELLERY 

Comprisi ng a necklace, designed as aseriesof biack 
cuitured pearis measuring approximately from 13.5 to 
1 3. 1 mm , to the pavé-set d iamond follate spacers; and a 
pairof earciips en suite, mounted in 18k wiiite gold, 42.5 
cm inner circumference, ea r clips 2.2 cm long (2) 



SFr, 50, 000-75, 000 



US $40.000-60.000 
634,000-50,000 



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A COLOURED CULTIJRED PEARL AND 
DIAMOND 'SO PRETTY' RING, BY CARTIER 

Setwith a blacl< cuitured pearl measuring approximately 
12.8 mm, tothe pavé-set diamond Inaif-hoop, mounted in 
18k whitegoid, made in 2001 , ring size 5 1/4, 
In a Cartier red suede pouch 

Signed Cartier, no. 9141150 



SFr, 2,000-3, 000 



US$1, 600-2,400 
£1,400-2,000 



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A PAIR OF DIAMOND FAR CLIPS 

Eacii designed as a fiorai cluster, the pear-shaped 

diamond petalstothe oval-shaped diamond pistil, 

mounted in platinum, 2.5 cm long 

Accompanied by 14reportsfrom the GIÀ Gemoiogical 

Institute of America sìating that ìlie diamonds welghing 

from 1.50 to 1.00 carats are DtoG colour. WS 1 to SI2 

ctarity 



SFr, 75, 000-100,000 



US $60.000-80.000 
G51 .000-67.000 



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A FINE TOURMALINE AND COLOURED 
5APPHIRE RING. BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

Setwith a rectangular-cut 'Parai ba' tourmalineweighing 
1 1 .35 carats, to the pavé-set Parai ba tou rmal ine bombe 
surround and lioop witli pink sapphire accents, mounted 
in 1 8k wiiite gold, ring size 6ló, in a Michele della Valle 
beige pouch 
Witti maker's mark for Michele della Valle, no. 10835 



SFr, 60, 000-80. 000 



US $48, 000-64.000 
€41,000-54.000 




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A PAIR OF GORAL, AQUAMARINE AND PEARL 
EAR PENDANT5. BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

Eacii articuiated iinesuspending a corai drop, adiamond 
and aquamarine ciuster and a naturai button pearl, tothe 
corai drop surmount and diamond accents, mounted in 
18l< whitegoid, 6.5 cmtong, in a Michele della Vallered 
and biack case and pouch 

Please notethattiie pearis iiavenot been tested for 

naturai origin 

With maker'9 mark for Michele della Valie 



SFr, 7. 000-9, 000 



US$5, 600-7, 200 
€4,700-6,000 



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A REDTOURMALINE AND DIAMOND 
NECKLACE 

The detachable pendant set with acushion-shaped 
rubellite within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, 
suspended from a similarly-set graduated nscklace 
with marquise and bri liiant-cut diamond coliet 
spacers, mounted in p\ai\num, 43.0 cm long, 
pendant 4.0 cm long (2) 



SFr.45.00a60.000 



US$36, 000-48. 000 
€31,000-40,000 



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A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL 

EAR CLIPS 



AND DIAMOND 



Each set with a cultured pearl measuring approximately 
1 8,4 X 18.2 and 18.1 X 17.9 mm, tothietrianguiar-shaped 
diamond, mounted in piatinum, 2.8 cm long 



SFr.62.00a75,000 



US $50, 000-60, 000 
G42,000-50,000 




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AN ART DECO SILVER AND 5APPHIRE 
CIGARETTE CASE 

Of rectangular outlinewith linear geometrie fluted Silver 
and gold-plated Silver motifs, to the cabochon sapphire 
pushpiece, opening to reveal a commemorative Russian 
inserì ption, dated 1932, 9.5x7.9x 1.7 cm, 
Witti StPelersburg assaymafk tor Silver 



SFr.5,000-7,500 



USS4,000-6,000 

€3,400-5,000 



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AN AGATE CAT FIGURE. BY FABERGÉ 

Real istically carved in agate with faceted ruby eyes, 

4.7cmNgh 

By Fabergé 



3Fr,5,O00-7,000 



US$4,000-5.600 
63,400-4,700 



PfiOVENAfJCE; 

Chrìstlc's Gcncva. Objecìsof Verìu. 14 May 1t 



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A NEPHRITE, 
HANDLE 



ENAMEL AND GOLD PARASOL 



DeGigned as a carved nephrite hare with goid ears and 
rase-cut diamond eyes, totlne pinl^guiilochéenamel nec-k 
witli seed peariedging, 6.2 cm high, ina fitted wooden 
case stamped Fabergé St Peìersburg Mosco w London 



3Fr,2,500-4,000 



USS2,000-3,200 
61,700-2,700 




ALLLOTSHIGULIGHTEDWITH RED TITLE5 ARE OFFERED "WITHOUT RESERVE" 



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AN ANTIQUE PINKTOPAZ, ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND GOLD 
PARURE 

Comprising: acombtiarasetwith afringeof ovai pinktopazes tothe openwork 
gold, blue enamel and dlamonddecoratlon; a necklace/choker with removeable 
links supporting adetachableplaque brooch and topaz pendant; apalrof 
earrings with detachable pendants (may be added to necklace/brooch 
combination); and a brooch with pendant hoop, ali of neo-classical and follate 
design, mounted in Silver and gold, circa 1840.. tiara 1 5.0 cm across, necklace 
38.0 o{34.0mner circumference, detachable brooch 5.9 cm long, ear pendants 
5. cm iong and brooch 4. 9 cm across, with two originai tooied ieather cases, 
damage to enarnei and cases (4) 



3Fr,20, 000-30, 000 



US$16,000-24.000 
€14,000-20.000 



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A SUITE OF ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE AND 

DIAMOND JEWELLERY 

Of follate design setthroughoutwith old-cut diamonds 
and vari-cut 9apphires, comprising a buckle, a bracelet, 
a brooch.a pai rof clip brooches, a pairof ear pendants, 
a pair of ear clips and a ring, mounted in Silver and gold. 
circa 1860. buckle 7.0 cm vvide_. bracelet 17.5 cm long, 
brooch 5.0 cm wide, clip brooches 3.5cm long, ear 
pendants 5.0 cm long, ear clips 3.0 cm long, ringsizeS'/k 

[8] 



SFr,30,000-50,000 



US $24,000-40,000 
€21,000-34,000 




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VARIOIJS PROPERTIES 

ze 

AN ART NOUVEALl ENAMEL AND 
SILVER-GILTTABLE CLOCK, 
BYEUGENE FEUILLÀTRE 

The yellow enamel dial with green 
Roman numerale and Iwo butterflies 
adorning the centre, to the orange and 
green partially foiied and plique-à-jour 
enamelled fiorai case and scuipted 
follate Silver gllt top and reverse, with 
keywound brass movement, circa 1900. 
16.4x8.3cm, with French assay mark 
tor gold anci Silver 
Case signed ty Feuilià tre, 
movement signed by Lépine, no. 28962 



SFr.20.000-30.000 



US$16,000-24,000 
ei4.000-20.000 



EUGENE FEUILLÀTRE 

Eugène Feuillatrg (1870-1916] began his 
short career as a student of Etienne 
Tourr9tt9 In 1883. Although consldgred a 
gifted goldsmith and scuiptor, his most 
exceptionai talent lay in such Qnamel work 
as ile learnt froin his early master. 
FQuIliatre was h9ad of Rene Lallque's 
enamelling worl^siiop from 1890 to 1897 
and hQ vms considergd one o( thg best 
craftsmen in tlils fleld at tlietime. In 1898, 
he began working on his own, and his 
creatlons were displayed wIth great 
success at thQ Salon do la Soclòtfi des 
ArtlstGS Fran^als until 1914 and at the 
Salon de la Société des Artistes 
DéGorateurs. In 1899, he jolned the 
Belgian association 'La Libre Esthétique' 
as wqII as acting as a membQr of the jury 
alongside Lalique and Fouquet for an 
exhibition at th9 New Gailory In London. 
The year 1900 brought him a gold medal at 
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D GOLDBANGLE, 



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AGEM-SET. ENAMELAh 
BY RAYMOND YARD 

The centrai raised cabochon emeraldflanked by faceted 
ruby colletsandwhite enamel storks, each grasping a 
green enamel snake in its claws to the hinged tapered 
goldbangle, 1 6.0 cm rnner Gircumterence_. SAcmwide 
Signed Yard f or Raymond Yard 



SFr,5.000-7,000 



USS4, 000-5.600 
€3,400-4.700 




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A SET OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND 
JEWELLERY 

Comprisi ng a tubogas bracelet with two detachabie old- 
cutdiamond flowerheads each set with a rectangular- 
shaped emerald; threeclip brooches and apairof ear 
clips en suite, ùrace/ef 14.5 or 15.5 cm long, 
clip brooches 4.0 cm long, ear clips 3.5 cm [7) 



SFr,8,000-1 2,000 



USS6, 400-9,600 
85,400-8,000 



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VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

■FSI 

A GOLD, RUBYAND DIAMOND HANDBAG 

The rectangulargold frameengraved with follate 
motifs, alternately set wIth old-cut diamonds and 
cabochon rubies, suspending agold mesh bagwith 
gold bead terminals, to the ovai link handle, opening to 
reveal a smaller similarly-setpurse. smaller purse circa 
1900. tota! gross weight 29 1.5 grams, 
frame 16.6 cm long (2) 



SFr.10,00a 15,000 



US$8, 000-1 2, 000 
€6,70Cu 10,000 




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A RUBY, DIAMOND AND COLOUF 
DIAMOND RING 



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The centrai line set wIth a pear-shaped ruby, a fancy- 
shaped brown diamond and a square-shaped diamond, 
to the brown diamond shoulders, ring size 6.0 



*¥Z2 

AGOLD, RUBYAND DIAMOP 
RING, BYRENÉBOMN 

Ofcross-over design, collet-setwith an oval-shaped ruby 

and ci rcular-cut diamond within a paisley-shaped 

surround to the bifurcated gold band, 1970s, ring size 6%, 

wìth Frencli assay mark for gold 

By René Boivin 

Accompanied bya certificate ofauìhenticityfrom 

Fran^oise Ca Ules stating tltat the ring is by Boivin 



SFr.19,00a25,000 



USS16,00Q-2Q,00Q 

ei3,ooai7,ooo 



SFr,25,000-35,000 



US$20,000-28.000 
€17,000-23.000 



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A SET OF FOUR ART DECO DIAMOND CLIPS 

Each of pavé-set diamone! three-dimensional design, 
circa 1930, each 1.5cm wide (4) 



DIAMOND TOI ET MOI' RING 



3Fr,e,000-S,000 



US$4.eO0-6.40O 
€4,100-5.400 



Ofcross-over design, setwitii two pear-shaped diamonds 
weighing 3. 87 and 3,35 carats to the white gold triple 
iioop, mounted in 18k white gold, ringsizeS.O 



SFr, 60. 000-80, 000 



US $48.000-64.000 
G41. 000-54.000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 
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A DIAMOND PENDENT NECKLACE 

Setwith a pear-shaped diamond weighing 1,85 carats 
tottie inverted pear-sinaped diamond top, mounted in 
18k white gold, 2.0 cm long 



(2) 



3Fr.10.000-15.000 



US$8,000-12,000 
€6,700-10,000 



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AN ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET 

The articulated band of follate motifs designed as tour old- 
cut diamond pierced piaques, each centering upon three 
coilet-set diamonds, to the diamond coilet spacers, 
mounted in platinum, circa 1920, 18.2 cm long 



SFr, 20,000-30,000 



USS16,000-24,000 
€14,000-20,000 



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A DIAMOND NECKLACE 

Of foliate design setwith a graduateci lineof marquise-cut 
diamondswith brilliant-cut diamone! accents.mounted in 
platinum, 40.0 cm long 



SFr, 20, 000-30. 000 



US$16,000-24,000 
€14,000-20,000 




ANOTHER PROPERTY 

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A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND 
NECKLACE 

The pear-sliaped tancy brown-yeilow diamond weighing 
6.61 carats suspended from a diamond coilet line neckchain 
with baguette-C ut diamond spacers, mounted in platinum, 
45.5 cm long 

Accompaniedbyreportno. 15646210 dated 19January 
2007 from the GIÀ GemologicaUnstitute of America stating 
tìmt ffje diamond is FancyBrown- Yeilow colour 



3Fr,45, 000-55, 000 



US$36, 000-44,000 
631,000-37,000 



PROPERTY OF COUNT PALMIERI 

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A DIAMOND TIE PIN 

Setwith a star-sliaped diamond weighing approximateiy 
LOS carats, mounted in lakwtnite goid 



SFr. 3,000-5,000 



USS2, 400-4.000 
62,100-3,400 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

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A PAIR OF DIAMOND FAR PENDANTS, 
BY MANUEL BOUVIER 

Eacli octagonal-shaped diamond weighing 1.20 and 1.18 
carats wittnin a diamond border, suspended from afiexibie 
series of diamond rondeilesto the diamond linesurmount, 
mounted in 18k wh ite goid, 5. 1 cmlong 

SignedMaB for Manuel Bouvier 

Accompanied byrepon no. 07006210001 dated 12 March 
2007 from the HRD Diamond High Cound! stating fisa f tlie 
diamond weighing 1.20 carats is F colour, VS2 clarity 
Accompaniedbyreportno. 07006210002 dated 12 March 
2007 from the i-IRD Diamond i-ligh CouncìI stating tliattl^e 
diamond weighing 1. 18 carats is G colour.. Sf2ciarity 



SFr.lS, 000-22.000 



US$15,000-18,000 
613,000-15,000 



AN EMERALD, RUBYAND DIAMOP 



D RING 



Setwith an inexagonai-shaped carved emeraid cabochon 
weighing 11.65 carats, within a bri iliant-cut diamond 
border to the baguette-cutrubyshouiders, mounted in 
platinum , ring size 6. 



3Fr,12, 000-18,000 



USS9.600-1 4.000 
€8,100-12,000 



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A SET OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 
JEWELLERY, BY FARAONE 

Comprisinga brooch centering upon a cabochon 
sapphire within a brilliant-cut diamond two-tiered border; 
a ring and a pairofear clips en suite, brooch 3.3 cm long, 
ear clips 2.2 cm iong, ring size 5K' [3] 

Ring and ear clips signed Faraone 



SFr,15, 000-20.000 



US$12,000-16.000 
€11,000-13,000 






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A DIAMOND BRACELET, BY HARRY WINSTON 

The highlyflexible band setwith three linesof diamond 
collets, toths deployantclasp, mounted in 18k gold, 
16.5 cm inner circumfefer)ce 
Signed HWfor Harry Winston 

SFr,15, 000-20,000 US$12,000-16,000 

€11,000-13,000 



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A SUITE OF GOLD Ah 



D DIAMOND JEWELLERY 



Comprising anecklace setwith a lineof brilllant-cut 
diamond iìower motifs, to the baguette-cut diamond 
spacers; abracelet, a pairof ear pendants and a ring 
en suite, mounted in 18kgold, neckiace 44.0 cm long, 
bracelet 20.0 cm long, ear pendants 3.0 om long, 
ring size G'ó 



(4) 



SFr,25,000-35,000 



US$20,000-28,000 
€17,000-23,000 



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A TWO-COLOURED GOLD VANITY CASE. 

BY5CHLUMBERGER 

The rounded oblong case of gold and white gold mesh 
design, opening to reveal two glazed compartments and 
a lipstick holder, the fitted mirrar concealing acomb, 
16.5 cm iong, total gross weight 520. 7 grama, 
with French assay mark for gold [3] 

Ssgned Schlumberger 



SFr, 5, 000-8, 000 



US$4, 000-6,400 
€3,400-5,400 



VARIOUS PR0PERTIE5 

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A SUITE OF DIAMOND JEWELLERY 

Comprislnga necklace suspending abrllllant-cut 
diamondstyllsed motif from a seriesof marquise-shaped 
openwork links tothe diamond follate a.ccents; a pairof 
ear pendants and a ring en sulte, mounted In 18k gold, 
necklace 37.0 cm inner circumference. ear pendants 
4.8cm!ong, ringsizeS'À [3] 



SFr,25, 000-35,000 



US $20,000-28,000 
€17,000-23,000 



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A LADYS ENAWEL, GOLD AND DIAMOND 
V\/RISTWATCH, BY BERTOLUCCI 

The circular black dlal with diamond dot markers, tothe 
pavé-set diamond and blackenamel surround and link 
bracelet, quarti movement, mounted in 18kgold, 
16.2 cm iniier cìrcumference 



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Signed Bertolucci, no. 08368-1529 
SFr.4.000-6,000 



US$3,200-4.aOO 
€2,700-4,000 



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ACULTURED PEARLAND DIAMOND 
NECKLACE 

Otiatticework design, oetwith aseries of cultured pearis 
measuring approximatelyfrom 15.9to 11,5 mm, 
tothe collet-setdiamondflower spacers, mountedin 
18k white gold, 36.5 cm inner circumference 

3Fr,45,000-62,000 US$36. 000-50. 000 

€31,000-42.000 



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A PAIR OF TURQU0I5E, LAPIS LAZULI AND 
DIAMOND EAR CLIPS 

Each hoop of starmotif, composed of lapis lazuli and 
turquoise sections, to the brilliant-cut diamond collet 
accents, mounted in 18k white gold, 5.0 cm/ong 

3Fr.5,000-7,000 US$4,000-5,600 

€3,400-4.700 



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A DIAMOND ETERNITYRING 

Setwith seventeen rectanguiar-cut diamonds, mounted in 
piatinum, ring sìze 6 

The totai weight of the diamonds is 8.88 caracs 

SFr.ie,000-22,000 US$15,000-18,000 

€13,000-15,000 

Tlne numbgr 8 has auspiciousconnotations in ClninesQ as the 
v.^rd for 'eighf, 'pinyin', is slmllar to tnat for prosperlty or 
wealth. In regloral dlal9cts, 5ucli as Cantonose, the word?. Tor 
'Glght' and 'fortunG' are also siniilar, strengtlienlng the lucky 
association of the number in tlie East. 



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A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND 
EAR PENDANTS 

Each setwith a cuitured peari measuring approximately 
15.1 X 14,9 mm totlie pavé-set diamond cap and 
detachabie diamond line surmount, mounted in ^Qk winite 
gold, 3.8 cm long 

SFr.6,000-9,000 U3$4,800-7 ,200 

€4,100-6,000 



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A PAIR OF SAP 
BY SABBADI 

Each designed asainarqui9e and brilliant-cutdiamond 
cluster with oval-shaped sapphire accents to the 
baguette-cut diamond scroll detail.mountedin platinum, 
3.6 cm long 
Signed Sabòadìni 



3Fr,25,000^0,aOO 



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US$20,000-32,000 
€17,000-27,000 



A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING 

The cushion-shaped sapphire weighing 17.50 carats, 
within a marquise-cut diamond foliate border, ring size 6'/. 
Accompanied by report no. 090 16 19 daìed 03 February 
2009 from the Gùbeiin Gem Lab stating that the sapphire 
is of Burnisse origin, with no ìndica tions of hea tìng, 
'Royaf Blue'colour 



SFr, 150,000-200.000 



US$120,000-160J 
€110,000-130.01 



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A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET. 
BY BULGARI 

Thehighlyflexible band designed as aseries ofcab 
sapphiresal!ernating with briliiant-cu! di^nond accents, 
mojnted in 18kwlnite gold, 17.5cmlong 
Signed Bulgari 



3Fr.25, 000-30, ODO 



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US$2O,00O-24,00G 
G17,000-20,00G 



A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR CL\PS\ 

Each sei witln a cuslnion-shaped sapphire weiglning 9,24 
and 9.05 carats within a marquise and pear-slnaped 
diamond cluster border. nnounted in piatinum, 3. 1 cmlong\ 
Accompanied by report no. CS 40005 and CS 'WOOe 
dated 27 Augus( 2008 from theAGL American 
Gemological Laboratories stating that the sapphires areo/j 
Ceyìon origin, with no indicatlons of heat enhancement 
and no clanty enhancement 



3Fr.150,000-200,000 



US$1 20,000-160,000 
€110,000-130,000 



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A DIAMOND RING 

The brilliant-cut diamond weighing 3.71 carats, mounted 

in 1 8k white gold, ring size 6'/.) 

Accompanied by repoft no. 13084dated 13 February 

2009 from the SSEFSmss Gemmological Institute statìng 

that the diamond S9 D coiour, WSZciarlty 

With a note statìng that the diamond is cìassified as a 

Type fi diamond 

3Fr,80,000-120,000 US$64,000-96.000 

654,000-80,000 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING 

The oval-shaped ruby weighing 3.90 carats, setwithin a 

circular-cut diamond surround, mounted in piatinum, 

ring size 4'/i' 

Accompanied by report no. 0127772 da ted 07 December 

2007 from the Gem Testing Laboratory of Great Britain 

(Gem-A) stating tha t the ruby Is ofBurmese origin. 

with no evidence of beat treatment 

Accompanied by report no. 53451 dated 17March2009 

from iheSSEFSwiss Gemmological Insti tute statìng that 

the rubyis! ofBurmese origin. ì.\ith no indicatlons ofheating 

SFr,50,00O-65,00a US $40, 000-52. 000 

G34,000-44,000 



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A RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET 

Theflexible taperedband, centering upon acaiibré-cut 
ruby line to the briliiant-cutdiannond border, 18.8cmlong 

SFr, 18,000-24,000 US$15,000-19,000 

e 13, 000-1 e, 000 



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A DIAMOND NECKLACE. BYCARTIER 
AND A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS 

Comprisi ng a necklace ofiariat design composed of three 
brilliant-cutdiamond lines gathered by a pavé-Gst 
diamond Inooptothe three pear-shaped diamond 
terminais, mounted in rlnodium plated gold, 38.0cmìnner 
cìrcumference, with French assay rnark for gold; 
and a pair of diamond ear pendants of 'trebie clef design, 
6.0 cm long (2) 

Necklace signed Canter. no. 678852 

SFr.55,000-70,000 US$44.000-56,000 

€37,000-47,000 



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A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING 

Set with an ovai-shaped sapphireweighing 10,18 carats 
tothe pavé-set diamond fiorai surround and shoulders, 
ring size 51':-- 

Accompanied by report no. 0902083 dated 12February 
2009 from the Gùbelin Gem Lab 9tating that the sapphire 
is of Burmese ohgsn_. with no indicstions of heating 

3Fr,20,00O-30,00a US$16.000-24.000 

G14.000-20.000 



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A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS, 
BY BULGARI 

Of follate design, the ovai-siiaped sapphire ciuster within 
a briliiant-cut diamond border, 2.6 cm king 

Signed Bulgari 

3Fr, 10,000-15,000 US$S.00O-12.00O 

€6,700-10,000 



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ARUBY Ah 



D DIAMOND DRESS-SET 



Comprising a pair of cufflinks, each square plaque set 
with a French-Gut ruby red cross and brilliant-cut diamond 
corners; andfourstuda en suite, mounted in platinum, 
cufflinks 1.0 cm long, shirtstuds 0.9 cm long (5) 



3Fr,10,000-12,000 



US$B,000-9,600 

66,700-8,000 



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A RUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, 
BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

Designed as aseries of oval-shaped ruby and diamond 
clusters, tothe three simiiariy-set swags, mounted in 1Sk 
winite gold, 42.0 cm long 

Signed della Valle 



SFr, 100,000-140,000 



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US$80,000-1 10,000 
€67,000-94,000 



A PAIR OF DIAMOND BAR STUDS 

Bach setwitlna rectangular-c ut diamond weiglning 2.07 

and 2,01 carats, mounted in platinum 

Accompanìed by report no. 15688995 da ted 05 March 

2007 from the GIÀ Gemologìcal Instltute of America 

stating thatthe diamond weighing 2.07 carats ìs E coiour. 

S1 1 clarity 

Accompanìed by report rìo. 15881380dated 14M8rch 

2007 from the GIÀ Gemologicai Institute of America 

stating thatthe diamond weighing 2.01 carats is F coiour, 

S1 1 clarsty 



SFr,40,000-50,000 



US$32. 000-40. 000 
627.000-34.000 



TWO RUBY. SAPP^ 
BRACELETS 



IRE AND DIAMOND 



Both otsimiiar design, centeringupon a Frencln-cutruby 
orsappliire line, to tlne baguette-cut diamond borders, 
mounted in 16k winite gold, sapph ire and diamond 
braceleì 17.8cmlong, ruby and diamond bracelet 
13 cm long [2) 



SFr,23, 000-32,000 



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USS19.000-26.000 
€16,000-21,000 



A THREE-STONE DIAMOND RING 

Set with three brilliant-cut diamondsweigining 3,07, 1,01 
and 1.00 carats. to the piain tioop, mounted in platinum. 
ring size 5'% 

Accompanìed by report no. 14639869 dated 05 October 
2005 from the GfA Gemologicai Institute of America 
stating that the diamond weighing 3.07 carats is G coiour. 
VS 1 ciarlty 

Accompanìed by report no. 13355629 dated 10 May 2004 
from the GIÀ Gemoli^ical Institute of America stating that 
the diamond weighing 1.0 1 carats is G coiour. VS1 clarity 
Accompanìed by report no. 14 174291 dated 24 February 
2005 from the GfA Gemologicai Institute of America 
stating tiiat the diamond weighing 1. 00 carats is G coiour. 
VS2cìarity 



SFr, 55, 000-70, 000 



US $44,000-56,000 
€37.000-47.000 



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ALETTO BROTHERS 



The AlQtto family tradition of fine hand-crafted jqwqIs has spanned five cons9cutiv9 gQnQrations, beginning with a special 
Gommission to BartolomsD Aletto to commemorate the inauguration of the Eiffel Tov/er at the Exposition Universelle in f 889, 
From the s9cond generation. Bartolomeo's son, Raffaele, worked for many leading Itallan jewellers, and in 1949, his son, 
Alberto, emigrated from the family base in Naples to Caracas, Venezuela, where he established a factory v.'ith over 100 
employees. In 1S62, Alberto moved the family to Nevj York, and today his sons. Alfredo, Franco, Roberto and Alberto Jr, 
continue the tamlly tradition from their *.vorkshop In Boca Raton, Florida, together vvith the next generation of Altredo's sons, 
Alberto, Luigi and Mario. 

Aletto Brothers have long bsen renowned for their hand craftsmanship, and particularly for their work wIth Invisibly-set 
sapphires and rubies. Invisi ble-setting was first introduced In the 1930s, as a way of mounting specially grooved callbré-cut 
coloured geme on conceaied metal rails.to give the effettof an unbroken surface of coloured stones. It was Alberto who was 
inspired to learn the ways of Invisible-setting in 1983, and who taught himself, and thereafter his sons, this demanding and 

precise technique. 




A RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET. 
BY ALETTO BROTHERS 

Designed as a highlyflexible callbré-cut ruby 
band within a spaced brilliant-cut diamond 
colletframe, tothe baguette-cut diamond 
clasp, mounted In platinum and 18k gold, 
1 9.5 cm long, in an Aietto Bros, green leather 
case 



Signed Aietto Bros. 
3Fr,40,000-60,000 



US$32,000-48,000 
€27,000-40,000 




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The Aleno work-shop' in Ma pie". i;,'.t.: 19&0. 

Piauredon theleft.R-ìtfciele AleUu togetlier with hif, sons. 



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A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FAR 
PENDANTS, BY ALETTO BROTHERS 

Each designedas adetachablecalibré-cutsapphire drop 
with a diamondcap tothebrilliant and baguette-cut 
diamond leafsurmount, mounted in platinum, 4.9 cm long, 
inan Aletto Bros, fitted green leathercase (3) 

SignedAiefio Bros. 



SFr.45,00a55,000 



US $36, 000^4, 000 

e3i,ooa37,ooo 




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A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACEL 
BY ALETTO BROTHERS 



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The highly flexibleband of calibré-cut sapphires be1v.'een 
diamond coilet borders, mounted in piatinum, 17.4cm 
long, In an Aletto Bros, green leather case 
Signed Aletta Bros., no. 63008 



SFr.75,000-100,000 



US$60, 000-80, 000 
€51,00^67,000 




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ACOLOURED CULTURED PEARLAND 
DIAMOND NECKLACE 

The graduateci line of twenty-nine golden-coloured 
cultured pearis measuringapproximately tram 16,9to 
12.9 mm, tothe pavé- set yellowdiamond ball clasp with 
dlamond rondelle detail, mounted In 18kwhite gold, 
45.2 cm long 

3Fr,22,00OJ2,00O US$18.000-26.000 

615.000-21 .000 



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A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS 

Bach setwitha brilllant-cut dlamond weighiing 2.20 
and 2,08 carats, mounted In platlnum 

3Fr,25,00OJ2,00O US$20.000-26.000 

€17.000-21. 000 



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A LADVS COLOURED DIAMOND AND 
DIAMOND WRISTWATCH. BY GRAFF 

The pavé-setyellow dlamond ovai dlal withina baguette- 
cut dlamond and brllliant-cut yellow dlamond 9urround, 
totheyellow dlamond plalted band, quartz movement, 
1 7.5 cm ìong 

Signed Grafi, no. 0016 

3Fr,25,000^5,000 US$2O.00O-2S.00O 

ei 7.000-23.000 



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ACOLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND RING 

Set with three rectangular-cut light yellow diamonds 
weighing3.02, 1.25 and 1,24 carats, to the pavé-set 
dlamond surround and half-hoop, mounted in platinum 
and 18k gold, ring 9ìze GIÀ 

SFr,25,000^5,000 US$20,000-2S,000 

€17,000-23,000 



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ACULTUREDPEARLANDTOURMALINESAUTOIR 

Designedastwo detachable gold chains, each setwith 
aseries of black and silver-coloured cultured pearis with 
fancy-shaped green and pinktourmaline spacers, mounted 
in 18kgold, longestchain 84.0cm iong, shortestchain 
42.0cmlong. maybe wornas a single or doublé chain [2) 



SFr, 19.000-25,000 



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US$16.000-20.000 
613,000-17,000 



A PAIR OF COLOURED SAPPHIRE AND 
DIAMOND EARPENDANTS 

Each suspendlng a cushion-shaped yellow sapphire 
welghing 3.S6 and 371 carats, tothe half-moon dlamond 
and square-cut dlamond collet surmount, mounted in 
platinum and 18k gold, 2.9cm/ong 
Accompanied by repon no. 92037612 dated ISFebruary 
2009 from the AGTA Gemologicai Testing Center stating 
tha! the sapphires are natura! yellow sapphires, iw'tìi no 
Indìcations ofheating 



SFr, 30, 000-40.000 



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US$24,000-32,000 
€21,000-27,000 



AWHIM5ICAL CITRINE DOG BROOCH 

Design ed asadachshund, set throughout with vari-cut 
citrines, 7.0 cm long 



SFr,3,000-5,000 



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A DELICATE RUBY Af* 
BRACELET 



US$2,4O0-4,00O 
62,100-3,400 



D COLOURED DIAMOND 



The tlexible line of cabochon rubies alternating witln 
vari-cutyeliow diamonds each within amicro pavé-set 
diamond surround, mounted in ISkgoid, 19.5cmlong 
Accompanied by 9 reports from (he GfA Gemologicai 
!n9titute of America statìng tbat tiw diamionds weighing 
from O 71 to 0.27 carat range from Fancy Vivid Yeilow- 
Orange to Fancy Brownish Orangy Yeliow coiour 



SFr,25, 000-35,000 



US $20.000-28.000 
617,000-23,000 



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A SUITE OF COLOURED DIAMOND AND 
DIAMOND JEWELLERY, BY DE GRISOGONO 

DeBigned as a line of pavé-set black diamond and 
diamone! heart-shaped bombe links; a braceletand aring 
en suite, mounted in ISI^white gold, neckiace 41 .0 crn 
long, bracelet 17.0cmlong, ring size 6%, with twoóe 
Grisogono biack ìeather cases [3] 

Signedde Grisogono. nos. 22239/01-4, 42293/01-4 and 
52293/01- 10 



SFr, 45, 000-55,000 



US $36,000-44,000 
€31,000-37,000 



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A PAIR OF COLOURED SAPPHIRE AND 
DIAMOND EAR CLIPS, 
BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

Each designed as afiowerhead, the pavé-set pink 
sapphire petalsedged with brilliant-cut diamonds tothe 
circular-cutpink sapphire pistil, mounted in 18k rose gold, 
4.2 cm long, in a Michele della Valle black and red case 
and pouch 
With maker's mark for Michele delia Valle 



SFr, 12,000-15,000 



USS9,600-12,000 

es, 100-10,000 



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A KUNZITE, COLOURED SAPPHIRE AND 
DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, 
BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

The rectangular-cut kunzite weighing 72.31 caratswithin à. 
pavé-set pink sapphire raised surround, totine dìamond- 
setclaws, mounted in 18k rose gold, ringsize6'-i 
SignedMdVfof Michele delia Valle, no. 10817 



SFr.7,000-9,000 



USS5,600-7,200 
G4, 700-6, 000 




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A DIAMOND BRACELET 

The Wide band set with five briliiant-cut diamond ovai 
links, tothe pavé-set diamond archedspacers, mounted 

in 18k wliite gold, 1 8.8 cm long 



3Fr.90,00ai 10,000 



US$72, 000-88, 000 
€61,00a74,000 



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A CITRINE, DIAMOND AND GOLD BOW 
BROOCH, BYTIFFANYa CO. 

The detachable citrine briolette drop weighing 143.70 
carats with a diamond follate cap suspended froma 
ciiamond-set doublé bow, mounted in 1Sk gold and white 
gold, madein 1983, Z.Scmiong (2) 

Signed Jsffany& Co. 



3Fr,20,000^0,000 



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US$16,000-24,000 
€14,000-20,000 



A ROSE GOLD AND DIAMOND 'ENIGMA' RING. 
BY ENIGMA 

The pavé-set diamond wide band with rotating 'Enigma' 
inserì ption in rose gold, ring sizeS.O 

Signed Enigma 



3Fr,3,000-5,000 



For a simiiar piece piease see: 



US$2,400-4.000 
€2,100-3,400 



Gianni Bulgari, Enigma^ Jewels by Gianni Bulgari, Verona, 
2006. pi 15. pp,38-39 



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A ROSE GOLD, ENAMELAND DIAMOND 
JANUS' BRACELET, BY ENIGMA 

The reverslbte bracelet composed of nine rose gold 
cylindrical links, each sides setwith brilliant-cut diamond 
orenamel lines, 20.3 cm long 
Signed Enigma 



SFr,10,000-15,000 



For a sitnilar piece piease see: 



USS8,000-1 2,000 
€6,700-10,000 



Gianni Bulgari, Enigma: Jewels Cy Giaiìni Bulgari, Verona. 
2006, pi 62, pp.132-135 

As the Roman god of the nev/ year and January, Janus was 
represented as a two headed figure, looking forviarci into the 
new year and backwards info the past, an apt imagery for ttiis 
versatile and reversable bracelet, 



ENIGMA 



Enigma was created in i989 by Gianni Bulgari, tlne grandson 
of Sotirio Bulgari, founder of tlne famous Itaiian jev.felers. After 
graduating from t^aw Schooi in 1960. Ine joined the family 
business where he began as a stone purchaser and later 
became C.E.O until 1988. In 1993, Enigma invented an 
innovative watch design comprising diamond-incrusted steel. 
In 1998, the company created the BezeI Manual Winder, a 
watch that is wound byturning the circular frane. In 2003. 
Enigma launched its own range of jeweiry, creating pleces 
using colorod procious stones in a ciGan, goometricai style. 
In 2005 IhG company opened a boutique on the Via Margutta 
in Rome and a second on rue du RhOne, Geneva, in 2006. 
Gianni Bulgari is both the President and Artistlc Director of 
Enigma, defining hls role in the company as 'Mr.Enigma', 



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A MOONSTONE AND 5APPHIRE RING 

Set with a moonstone cabochon weig hing 65. 1 4 carats, 
tothe brilliant-cut lightsapphire bombe surround, 
mounted in 1Bk white gold, ring size 6.0 



SFr, 6.000-8,000 



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USS4, 800-6 ,400 
G4,100-5,400 



A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND 
BANGLES, BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

Each centering upon three cval-shaped taceteci 
aquamarineswithin abezel-set diamond surround, tothe 
pavé-set aquamarine hinged band, mounted in 18k white 
gold, W.O cm inner circumference, with twoMicheie della 
Valle red pouches (2) 

Signed MdV for Michele della Valle, nos. 080723 and 
080724 



(top vlewj 



SFr, 45, 000-60.000 



US $36,000-48,000 
€31,000-40,000 



A MULTI-COLOURED SAPPHIRE NECKLACE, 
BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

De9igned asagraduated lineof multLcolouredsappliire 
bombe heart motifs, each set at the centre with a 
contrasting coloured sapphire, mounted in 19k white gold, 
43.0 cm long, in a Michele della Valle black pouch 
IV/tfi maker's mark for Michele della Valle, no. 10828 



SFr, 25, 000-35,000 



US $20,000-28,000 
€17,000-23,000 



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A PAIR OE COLOURED DIAMOND AND 
DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS 

Each suspending a heart-shaped diamond weighing 1 .52 
carats and afancy intense yellow diamond weighing 1.51 
carats, within a micro pavé-set yellow or white border, 
toths alternating white and yellow diamond surmounts, 
mounted in platinumand 18k gold, 2.7cmlong 
Accompanleóbyreponno. 16386021 dated 29 July 2008 
from ìiie GIÀ Gemological Instilute of America staìing that 
the diamond weighing 1. 52 carats isFcolour. VSIclarity 
Accompaniedbyreportno. 17461924 daìed 18July2008 
from the GIÀ Gemological Instifute of America stating ti~!at t^ie 
diamond weighing 1.51 carats is Fancy Intense Yellow colour 



SFr,25, 000-35,000 



US $20,000-28,000 
€17,000-23,000 



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AN ELEGANTCOLOUREDSAPPHIRE, 
COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND 
COCKTAIL RING. BY VERDURA 

Of bombe design, set with two pink sapphires each v/ith 
baguette-cu! diamond shoulders, \o the pavé-set diamond 
surround and yellow diamond accents, mountedin 
platinum and 1Gk gold, ringsìzeS.O 
Signed Verdura 



SFr.75, 000-1 00,000 



US$60,000-80,000 
G51, 000-67,000 



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D BRACELET 




Designed as a series of pavé-set diamond bombe paisley 
motifs each set with a briliiant-cut diamond centre, to the 
baguette-cul diamond scroii accents, 1950s. UQcmìong, 



SFr,20,GOO-25,000 



US$1 6. 000-20 .001 
ei4.000-17.00i 




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A DIAMOND NECKLACE 

Thearticulated collar set with aseries of brilliant-cut 
diamond-set arched links, to the diamond scalloped twin 
lines , mounted in rhodium-plated gold, 47,5" cm/nner 
circumference. wllh French as9ay mark for gold 

SFr, 19,000-25,000 US$16.000-20.000 

613,000-17,000 



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A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS, 
BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

Each designed as an openwork drop ivith oval-sliaped 
rubiesand brilliant-cut diamond accents to the diamond 
edges, mounted in 18k white gold, 5.2 cm long 

SigmóMdV for Michele deiiaValle.no. 10341 

SFr. 1 2 ,000-1 5 ,000 US$9 ,600-12 ,000 

eS, 100-10,000 



A DIAMOND DAISY BROOCH. BY SABBADINI 

The flowerhead andleaves set throughout with brilliant-cut 
diamonds, mounted in platinum, 6.0 cm long 
Signed Sabbadinì 

SFr. 1 9 ,000-25 ,000 US$16 ,000-20 ,000 

G13.000-17.000 



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A DIAMOND NECKLACE 

Designed as a brilliant-cut diamone! swag gathered 
by a marquise-cut diamond, suspending a detachable 
pear-shaped diamond, to the baguette-cut diamond 
serali spacers, mounted in platinum, 40,5 cm snner 
circumference 

5Fr, 190,000-250,000 USS150,000-200,000 

€130,000-170.000 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 
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AN UNMOUNTED DIAMOND 

Tlne brilliant-cut diamond welghing 1.83 carats 

Accompanìed by report no. 13067dated ISFebruary 
2009 from the SSEFSviìss Gemmo logicai Institute stating 

that the diamond ss E colour, VVS2ciarity 

3Fr,15,000-20,000 US$12,000-16,000 

611,000-13,000 



AN UNMOUNTED DIAMOND 

The brilllanl-cut diamond welghing 1 .08 carats 
Accompanied by repoTt no. 13086dated 16 February 
2009 from the SSEFSwiss Gemmological institute statìng 
ttìst the diamond ìs D coiour, WS2clarity 

SFr.8,000-1 2,000 U3$6,400-9,600 

65,400-6,000 

VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

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A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND AND 
DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS 

Each suspending a pear-shaped light yellow diamond 
weighing4.39 and 4.34 carats, to the inverted pear- 
shaped diamond top welghing 1.71 and 1.53 carats, 
mounted in platinum and 18k gold, 2.7cmtong 

Accompanied by report no. 17453497 dated 14July2008 
from the GIÀ Gemological fnstitute of America 9tating that 
the diamond weighing 1.71 carats is E colour. VS2clanty 
Accompanied by report no. 16366892 da ted 18 
Septem ber 2007 from the GIÀ Gemoiogtcal Institute of 
America statìng that the diamond weighing 1.53 carats is 
F coiour, VS2clarity 

SFr, 75,000-100.000 US$60,000-80,000 

€51,000-67,000 



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A LADY'S COLOURED DIAMOND, DIAMOND 
AND ROSE GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY ORAFE 

The pavé-set pi nk diamond ovai dial withi n a baguette-cut 
diamone! and brilliant-cut pink diamond surround totlne 
pinli diamond plaited band, mounted in rose gold, quartz 
movement, 17.5 cm long 

SignedGraff,no.0019 



SFr, 40,000-60,000 



US $32,000-48,000 
627,000-40,000 




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A SET OE THREE MULTI-COLOURED GOLD 
AND DIAMOND BANGLES 

Each flexible band setthroughout with brilliant-cut 
diamonds, one mounted in rose goid, ttiesecond in goid 
and the tlnird in wtiite goid, 16.5 cm inner circumference 



SFr, 90,000-110,000 



(3) 

US $72,000-88,000 
€61,000-74,000 



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"E OF GOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELLERY 



Comprisi ng anecklace setwith aseries ot pavé-set 
diamond bombe heart motifs, gathered by diamone! collet 
swags and follate spacers; a pair of ear pendants and a 
ring en suite, neckiace 38.0 cm long, ear pendants 
4.3cmlong, ringsizeó.O (3) 



SFr, 25, 000-35, 000 



US$20,000-2e,000 
€17,000-23.000 



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AN EMERALDAND DIAMOND RING 

Thecircular-cutemerald weìghing 7,16caralE within 
abrilliant-cut diamond surround, to the diamond-set 
tapered shoulders, ring sìzeS-v 

Accompanied by report no. 52698 dated 21 October2003 
from the SSEF Swiss Gemmologicsl Institutestating that 
ìhe emeraìd is of Colombian origin, wJth minor amount of 
Oli in fissures 

Accompanied byaddttiona! report no, 0810046 dated 08 
October 2008 from the Gubeiin Gem Lab stattng that the 
emeraid is of Coiombian origin, wìth ìndìcatìons of minor 
darìty enhancement 



SFr.65,000-80,000 



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US$52,000-64,00C 
€44,000-54,000 



AN EMERALDAND DIAMOND RING 

The octagonal-shaped emeraid v/eighing 1 7.55 carats, 
tothe baguette-cut diamond bifurcated shoulders and 
brilliant-cut diamond detaìi.mounted in lekwhitegold, 
ring size 6% 

Accompanied by report no. 95000109daled 11 May200 
from theAGTA Gemological Testing Center statìng that 
the emeraid has moderate ciarììy enhancement 



US$64.000-B0,00a 
€54,000-67,000 



3Fr.80, 000-1 00,000 

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A DIAMOND RING 

The bnllian!-cut diamond weighing 6.87 carats to the 
tapered baguette-cut shouiders, mounted in piatinum, 
ring size 6'/,i 

Accompanied by report no. 13 10 1 dated 20 March 2009 
from the SSEFSwiss Gemmologica! Institute statìng that 
ttie diamond teJcoiour. VS1 ciahty 



SFr.SO, 000-1 20,000 



US$64,000-96.000 
G54.000-BO.OOO 



THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 
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A DIAMOND BRACELET, 
BYVAN CLEEF& ARPELS 

The flexible bombe band set througho Jt with brilllant-cut 
dlamonds, 18.6cmlong, wtth French assaymarksfor 
piatinum and gold, in a Van Cleef & Arpels biack suede cas 
Signed Van Cleef S, Arpe! s_. no. 93793 



SFr.55,000-75,000 



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€37,000-50,000 



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107 

AN EBONY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 
'BLACKAMOOR' BROOCH, 
BYCODOGNATO 

The carved ebony head wearing a textured gold turban 
with circular-CLrtsapphire and diamond detail surmounted 
byafluted rockcrystal beadand old-cut diamond, to the 
similarly-settunic with follate accents, circa 1950, 
3.5 cm long 
By Codognato 



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ACULTURED PEARL NECKLACE 

The graduated single-rowof sixty-one cultured pearis 
measuring approximatel/from 14,6to 12.0mm, to the 
pavé-set diamond ball clasp, mounted in 18kwhlte gold, 
87.0 cm long 



SFr 35, 000-45,000 



UE $28.000-36, 000 
€24,000-30,000 



SFr,10,000-15,000 



US$8,000-12.000 
€6,700-10,000 



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1PRESSIVE DIAMOND EAR STUDS 



CODOGNATO 

Recognlsable as particularly Venetlan In style, 
'moretti' or blackamoor jewels are Shakespearean In 
inspiratlon, thQ most wqII known deslgngd by Italian 
jewellers such as Nardi and Codognato. This 
blackamoor brooch was purchas9d from Codognato 
in the 1950s, a Venetian maison founded by Simeone 
Codognato 1866. Since then, Codognato hasopened 
it's doors to celebrities, collectors and Queens allke, 
including such names as Coco Chanel. Grace Kelly 
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Each set with abrilliant-cut diamond welghing 14.06 and 
14.05 carats, mounted in 18kwhite gold 
Accompanied by repon no. 2106485420 dated 18 
December 2008 from the GIÀ Gemologscai Instìtute ot 
America stating that tiie diamond weighing 14.06 carats 
i9 M colour, SI2 cìarity 

Accompanied by report no. 2105485404 dated 18 
December 2008 from the GIÀ Gemologicai Instìtute of 
America stating that the diamond weighing 14.06 carats 
ì9 M colour, SI2 clarity 



SFr,250,000-350,000 



USS2 00,000-280,000 
€170,000-230,000 



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A SET OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND 'FUSCHIA' 

JEWELLERY, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 

Comprisinga brooch designed asa pavé-set dìamond 
spray accented by tour emerald fluted beads; and a pair 
of ear clips en suite, madein 1962. brooch 7.5 cm long, 
ear clips 3.0 cm long, withFrench assaymark forgold (2) 
SignedVan Cleef&Arpets. brooch no. 94010 and ear 
clips no. 94883 



SFr, 40, 000-55, 000 



US $32,000-44,000 
€27,000-37,000 



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A SUITE OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND 
'REGENCE' JEV^ELLERY, 
BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 

Comprisinga necklace designed as a series of brilliant- 
cutdiamond fiowerlneads, eacli set with a cabochon 
emerald pistil, totlie emerald details; and a pair ot ear 
clips en suite, made in 1956. necklace 33.5 cm inner 
circumference, ear clips 2. 3 cm long, with French assay 
mark forgold [2) 

Signed Van Cleef& Arpels, necklace no. 76143 and ear 
clips no. 76144 



SFr, 30, 000-40, 000 



US $24.000-32.000 
€21.000-27.000 



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AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND 'PAVOT' 
BROOCH. BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 

Designed as a poppy centering upon an octagonal- 
shaped emerald pistil within an emerald border, to the 
pavé-set diamondcurved petais, madein 1956, 5.1 cm 
long, with French assay marks for pia Unum and gold 
With maker's mark for Van Cleef & Arpels, no. CS3116 



SFr, 20,000-30,000 



US$16,000-24,000 
€14,000-20,000 



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A SET OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 
JEWELLERY, BYVAN CLEEF ^ARPELS 

Of thistle design, the pavé-set diatnond bombe 
flowerhead pendant setwithin a calibré-cutsapphire 
border, to the diamond sterri and leaf; and a pair of ear 
clipsen suite, madein 1960, pendant 4.8 cm tong . 
earcllps 2.3 cm long 

Pendant by Van Cleef&Arpels: ear clips 9igned VCA 
for Van Cieef & Arpeis. no. Ny32047 



(2) 



3Fr.20, 000-25, 000 



US$16,000-20,000 
€14,000-17,000 



A PAIR OF EXQUISITE RUBY AND DIAMOND 
EAR CLIPS, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 

Bach designed as two inteitwined flowers alternatively set 
with diamond or ruby petais and a ruby or diamond pistil, 
tothe baguette-cut diamond stems, 2.6 cm long 

SignedVCA for Van Cieef & Arpeis. no. 65551 



SFr, 25, 000-30,000 



US $20,000-24,000 
£17,000-20,000 



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A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, 
BYVAN CLEEF&ARPELS 

Bach detachable pendant designed as a marquise and 
brilliant-cut diamond cascade, to the diamond fiorai 
clustersurmount, 5.0 cw long, with French assay marks 
forplatinum and gold (3) 

Cilps signed Van Cleef & Arpeis, no. 74724 



SFr, 40, 000-55,000 



US $32,000-44,000 
€27,000-37,000 



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116 

A PAIR OF 'MYSTERY SET' SAPPHIRE AND 

DIAMOND 'LAMPION' FAR CLIPS, 

BYVAN CLEEF &ARPELS 

Each mystery-set sapphire bombe hoop.tothe brilliant- 
cut diamone! border, madein 1962, 2.0 cm long, with 
Ffench assaymark9 tor platìnum and gold 
Signed Van CieefS Arpels. no. 66382 



SFr, 20, 000-25. 000 



US$16.000-20.000 
G14.000-17.000 




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AN ELEGANT 'MYSTERY SET' SAPPHIRE AND 
DIAMOND 'DEUX FEUILLFS' BROOCH, 
BYVAN CLEEF & ARPELS 

Designed astwo intertwined leaves set throughout with 
caiìbró-cut sapphiresorbrilliant-cut diamonds, tothe 
baguette-cut diamond stems, made/n 1956, lO.Scm 
long, wiih French assay marks for pia tinum and gold 
Signed Van Cleef&Arpel9, no, 75771 



SFr, 50, 000-80. 000 



For a similar piece piease see: 



UE $40,000-64. 000 
€34,000-54,000 



Sylvie Raulet. Van Cteef& Arpels. Edltion^ du Regarcl, Pari=.. 
1936. page 234 

IVIarc Petit, Van Cleef & Arpels: Reflections ofEtsrnlty. Editions 
Cerde d'Art. Paris, 2006, piate no, 215 




Drawingotlot 1 17 '?>Van Cleel" fi Arpeli Archivss 



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APAIROF 'MYSTERY-SET' RUBY CUFFLINKS, 
BY VAN CLEEF &ARPELS 

Each of square outlìne setwithcalibré-cut rubies, 1. 1 cm 
long, witìi French assay mark for goià, in a Van Cìeef & 
Arpels grey suede pouch 

Signed Van Cleef & Arpels, no. 45618 



SFr.8,000-1 0,000 



US$6,400-8,000 
£5,400-6,700 



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A SUPERE ART DECO DIAMO^ 
BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 



D BRACELET. 



The tlexible band composed ot two openwork geometrie 

panels, each setwith circularand baguette-cutdiamonds, 

tothe buckle spacers centering upon aline of diamond 

coliets, c/rca 1925. 17.6cmlong. wìth French assay marks 

for platinum and gold, ina Van Cleef & Arpels grey suede 

pouch 

SIgnedVan aeef& Arpels, no. M3932 



SFr.75,000-100,000 



US$60,000-BO,000 
€51,000-67,000 



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A CHARMING 'MYSTERY-SET' RUBY AND 
DIAMOND 'PAVOT' BROOCH, 
BYVAN CLEEF &ARPELS 

Designed asacalibré-cut ruby flower with brilliant-cut 

diamone! pistils.to the pavé-set dìamond leaves and 

baguette-cut diamond sterri, 4.3 cm long, withFrench 

assay marks for platìnum and gold, with maker's marktor 

Van Cleef & Arpels, in a Van Cieef & Arpeis grey suede 

case 

SsgnedVCA for Van Cieef & Arpels 



SFr,90,000-120,000 



US $72,000-96,000 
661,000-80,000 



Emblematic of Van Cleef & Arpels' style and technical 
inventions, this 'Pavot' brooch celGbratGS the art of thG 
jev/eller. showcasing their famous 'Mystery Setting'. 

The secret behind the 'Mystery Setting' is a delicate lattice of 
gold or platinum 'threads', each less than two tenths of a 
mlllimetre in diameter, line calibré-cut gemstones are 
seiscted according to very strlct critsria, as they have to fit 
precisely into where they wlll be placed. A special groove Is 
cut into the stones and they are 'threaded' onte the lattica 
Each gem takes about 90 mlnutes In preparatlon, and the 
lapidary can spend hundreds, even thousands ot hours 
creating just one single jewel, Once the gems are set, the 
lattice is perfectly covered with gemstones, Both the 
preparatlon of the lattice and the stones require incredible 
skill and dGxterlty- the few experts quallfied to do thIs kind of 
v.'ork are known as 'granùes mains' 6^ their colleaguee. 



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A DIAMOND RING 

Setwitfi a marqulse-cut diamond weighiing 7.00caratsto 

thekite-shaped diamond shoulders, mounted in platinum, 

ring size 6.0 

Accompanied by report no. 0043709 dated 05 May 2008 

from the GIÀ Gemological InstiMe of America stating that 

the diamond ss D colour, VVS1 clarity 

Witha working diagram stating that the dianv:>ndis 

Potentiaiìy InternaUy Fiawless 

With photocopy of report no. NY 43709 dated 27 Ju ne 

1969 from tlie GIÀ Gemological Institute ofArrrerica stating 

that the diamond is D colour. InternaUy Pia wiess clarity 



SFr,3SQ,000-500.000 



US$310,000-400,000 
£260,000-340,000 



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AN IMPORTAMI DIAMOND RING 

Setwith a rectangular-cutdiamond weighing 10.10 carats, 
to the diamond shoulders and plain gold hoop, mounted 
in lekwhite gold, ring size6'/j 

Accompanìed by report no. 1 719 7815 dated 6 May 2008 
from the GIÀ Gemological Inst/tute of America statìng that 
the diamond is D colour, Internally Ffawfess clarity 

SFr.850,000-1 ,000,000 USS680.000-600,000 

€570,000670,000 



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A PAIR OF SUPERE DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS 

Each setwith a pear-shaped diamond weighing 5,97 and 
5.52carats totheinverted pear-shaped diamond 
surmounts weighing 3,03 and 3.01 carats, inounted in 
platinum, 3.5 cm long 

Accompanied òy 4 reports from the GIÀ Gemological 
tnsdtute of America wìth ^le followrng details: 



Report no. 


Date 


Cotou! 


Ctanty 


Weight 


174450&4 


13Oc-tober2008 


D 


Intemally Flawless 


5,97 


5183576 


13Oc-tober2008 


D 


Internally Flawless 


5,52 


17177135 


06 May 20Ce 


D 


Internally Flawless 


3,03 


17480756 


31 July200a 


D 


Internally Flawless 


3,01 




SFr.950.0OQ-1 .200,000 



US$760, 000-9 60, 000 
G640, 000-800,000 



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A FINE DIAMOND RING 

Setwitin a pear-shaped diamond weigliing 7.54 carats, to 

the micro pavé-set diamond bifurcated hoop, mounted in 

1 8k wh ite gol d, ring ssze 6.0 

Accompanied by report no. 16784719 dated lOJanuary 

2008 from the GIÀ Gemoiogicsl Insìitute of America 

siating tha t the diamond is D colour. Internalty Ftawiess 

ctarity 

Witli a note stating that the diamond is dassified as a 

Type iÌ3 diamond 




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3Fr.560,000-660,000 



US$450,000-530,000 
€380,000-440,000 



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ACOLOURED SAPPHIRE. COLOURED 
DIAMOND AND DIAMOND RING 

The cushion-shaped padparadscha sapphire weighing 6, 
carats to the pear-shaped yellow diamond shouiders and 
pavé-set diamond hoop, mounted in platinum,mgs;ze6.0 
Accompaniedbyreportno. CS35949àatsd 13 November 
2002 from the AGL American Gemoio^cal Labora tohes 
statsng that thepsnkish orange sapphire ss a Padparadscha 
sapphire of Ceyìon (SriLarìka) origin. with no heat 
enhancement arìdno ciarity enhancement 



SFr,38,000-50,000 



12G 



US$31 ,000-40,000 
€26,000-34,000 



THREE MULTI-COLOURED SAPPHIRE AND 
GOLD SAUTOIRS, BY MANUEL BOUVIER 

Each longchain, spectacle-setwith ovai and cushion-shaped 
mu Iti-col oured sapphire collets, mounted in 18kyeiiowgoid, 
whitegoid and rosegoid respectively,eac/? 146.0cm!ong 

(3) 
Signed MaB far Manuel Bouvier 




3Fr.22.[XO-30,000 



US$18,000-24,000 
€15.000-20,000 



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A PAIR OF COLOURED SAPPHIRE, COLOURED 
DIAMOND AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS 

Each designsd as aflowsrhead, set with tour oval-shaped 
pad paraci se ha sapphire petais accented by pear-shaped 
and brilliant-cut yellow diamonds, to the micro pavé-set 
line surmount, mounted in platinum, 3.0cmiong 

Accompanied by report no. 11004611 da ted 10 
November 2008 frorn the AGTA Gemological Te9ting 
Center sta ìing tha! the pinkish orange to orangish pink 
sapphires wesghing from 3.09 to 0. 85 carats are naturai 
Padparadsctìa sapphires. with no indicatkxìs ofheating 



SFr,82,00O-10O,0O0 



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US$66,000-80,000 
€55,000-67.000 



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A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND TOI ET WOI' RING 

Setwith a brilliant-cutfancy brown-pink diamone! weighing 2.62 carats 
and a fancyyellow diamone! weighing 3,52carats, to tlnernicro pavé-set 
diamone! surround and half hoop, ring sìze 6Vi 

Accompanìed by report no. 17161812dated 18 Aprii 2008 from the GIÀ 
Gemologlcai Institute of America slating thatthediamondweigliing 2.62 
carats is Fancy Brown-Pink coìour, WS1 clarity 
Accompanied byreportno. 17241363 dated 03 June 2008 from r/?e GfA 
Gemological tn9titute of America stating thatthe diamorìd weighirìg 3,52 
carats is Fancy Vello w colour, Internaiiy Flawiess clarity 



SFr.100,000-130,000 



US$SO,000-100,000 
€67,000-87,000 



129 

A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND BROOCH, 
BYSABBADINI 

Designed as two pavé-set d iamond f lowerheads with vari-cut pi nl< 
diamond pistils, to ttiebaguette-cut pinl^diamond stems, 5.0 cm long, 
with French assay marks for platinum and gold 
By Sabbadini 



SFr, 40, 000-50, 000 



US$32,O00-40,QO0 
€27,000-34,000 



130 

A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND BRACELET 

Theflexible line oftwenty vari-cut yellow diamonds and diamonds. eacli 
witliin a pavé-set diamond surround, mounted in 1BI< goid, 18.4 cm long 
Accompanied by 15 reports from the GIÀ Gemological Institute of 
America witli the following details: 



Repott no. 


Date 


Cobur 


Clarity 


Weight 


16928963 


31 March2008 


Fsncy Intense Yellow 


Internaiiy Flawiess 


2.65 


15042800 


24 March 2006 


Fancy Intense Yellow 


WSl 


1.31 


16762586 


04 January2003 


Fancy Intense Yellow 


SI2 


1.04 


15042787 


22 May 2006 


Fancy Intense Yellow 


Sl2 


1.03 


16818116 


29 Januar/ 2008 


Fancy Intense Yellow 


Sii 


1 01 


16910255 


18 March 2008 


Fancy YeSlow 


Internaiiy Ffawless 


1 52 


16910253 


20 March 200$ 


Fancy Yetlow 


VSI 


1.27 


12306544 


19Novenìber2002 


Fsncy Yellow 


VS2 


1.03 


15042793 


22May20C6 


Fancy Yellow 


WS2 


1.00 


15854 147 


17 May 2007 


Fancy Yellow 


WSl 


95 


15720105 


22 Febwary 2007 


Fancy tight Yelhw 


SU 


1.06 


15312477 


14 Novemher2006 


Fancy tight Yelhw 


VS2 


1.02 


16866779 


21 February 2008 


Fancy tight Yellow 


VS1 


1 01 


16762570 


04 January 2008 


Fancy tight Yeltow 


VS2 


1.01 


11770916 


26 November 2001 


1 


VSI 


1.09 



3Fr,125,000-150,000 



US$100,000-120,000 
€84,000-100,000 



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AMULTI-COLOURED DIAMOND NECKLACE, 
BY WILLIAM GOLDBERG 

Suspending apear-shaped fancyvivid yellow diamond 
weighing7.11 carats, tothegraduated lineotvari-cut 
multi-coloured diamonds ali within micro pavé-set yellow 
diamond borders, mounted in ISkgold, 41.0 cm long 

Signed Wiiiiam Goldberg 

Accompanied by report no. 14'!46102daìed 17January 
^05 from the GfA Gemologìcal Institute of America sta(ing\ 
that the pear-shaped diamond weighing 7.11 carats is 
FancyVivid Yellowcolour, Hciarity 
Accompanied by 19 addìtionai reports from the GIÀ 
Gemological Institute of America slating that the d!amonds\ 
weighing from 2.02 to 0.40 carats rarìge from Fancy Deep 
Yellowish-Orange, Fancy Vivid Orangy-Yellow. Fancy 
Deep Orange-Brown and Fancy Yellow colour 



SFr.450,0O0-550,D00 



US$360,000-440,00O' 
€310,000-370,000 



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ACOLOURED DIAMOND AND GOLD RING, 

BY MOUAWAD 

Setwith arectangular-cutfancy intense yellow diamond 
weighing 13,36 carats, to the two-coloured goldmount, 
ring size 8!-'^, in a Mouawad bla ck case 

Sigrìed Moua wad 

Accompanied by report no. 11 02468698 dated 11 
December 2008 from the GIÀ Gemological Instituteof 
America statìng that (he diamond is Fancy Intense Yellow 
colour. WS1 clariìy 

With a working dia gram stating tha t the diamond is 
Poterìtially Internally Flawfess 



SFr.160,000-200,000 



US$130 ,000-160.000 
€110,000-130,000 




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133 

A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND 'GLOBE" 
EAR CLIPS, BYJAR 

Each interlocking doublé rose gold hoop set with circular- 
cut brown diamond edges, mounted in 18k rose gold, 
in a JAR p ink leather fitted case 

SignedJAR 



SFr.40,000-60,000 



US$32. 000-46.000 
€27.000-40.000 



LIT ERA rURÉ; 

Foi' asiniikrpair ot cai' clips in di.tmond and silvcr. picnic iccjocl 
Roscntlial and. Pierre Jcannct.J.'lfi, Are Dociks In t ci' ii addii al. Piiis, 
2002, piate Jtìl 



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134 

A SUPERE COLOURED CULTURED PEARL 
AND DIAMOND NECKLACE 

The graduateci line Gstwith twenty-nlne golden-coloured 
culturedpearlsmeasuringfrom 1 7,5 to 15.0 mm, tothe 
brilliant-cut diamond ball clasp, mounted in 1 8k wliite gold , 
49.0cmiong 

Accompanied by report no. 18922184 dated 18 March 
2008 from the GIÀ Gemological Institute of America 
stating tha t the 29 strong yeiloiA/ pearis are saltwater 
cuììured pearis, wiìh no sndication of treatment 



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SFr. 150,000-200,000 



US$1 20,00ai 60,000 
G110,ODai30.000 



Golden SoutliSea pearlsarefarmedinthewatersof indonesiaand the 
Philippinesfrom the golder-ii pped oyster varie^ pinaada msxirm. and 
in SLicii naturai golden tones, are quite rare, Golden pearis may reach up to 
13mm, wjthsiz&5 rapering off after 15mm. Sucha well-marched necklace 
insizesfrom 1 Sto over 17mm,. with an e\en, slrong and warm colour and 
marvellous, aiiTost metallic. lustre, tea rare conection ortliesegems. 



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A DIAMOND RING 

Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 10.41 carats 
tothe plain hoop, mounted in ISk white gold, r/ngs/zeS^è 
Accompanied by report no. 1102401735 dated 07 
November 2008 fronti the GtA Gemoìogicat Institute of 
America stating that the diamond is Gcoiour. VS1 darity 



SFr,500,000-600,000 



US$400 ,000-480. 000 
£340,000-400,000 



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A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND EAR 
PENDANTS 

Each setwith asquare-shapedfancyyellowdiamond 
weighing 18.75 and 18.47 carats.to the micro pavé-set 
diamone! gallery and articulated line surmount, mounted 
in platinum and 18k gold, 5.6 cm long 
Accompanied by repori no. 2105485403 dateci 22 
Decemher 2008 from the GIÀ Gemologjcai Institute of 
America stating thai the diamond weighing 18. 75 carats 
is Fancy Yellow colour. VS 1 clarìty 
Accompanied by report no. 11024853S1 dated 17 
December 2008 from the GIÀ Gemological tnstitute of 
America stating that the diarriond weighing ISAZcarats 
i9 Fancy Yellow colour. VS 1 clarity 



SFr, 500,000-600,000 



US$400 ,000-480,000 
6340,000-400.000 




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RING 



■1P0RTANT COLOURED DIAMOND 



Setwith a rectangular-cutfancy intense yellow diamond 
weighing 57.02 carats, to the micro pavé-set diamond 
gallery and hoop, ringsize6-J4 
Accompanied by report no. 17424008 dated lOJune 
2008 from the G!A Gemological Instiiute of America 
stating that the diamond is Fancy fntense Yellow colour. 
WS2 ciarlt^'■ 



SFr.^^OO.OOO-^,300.000 



USS8eO,000-1 ,000.000 
6740,000-870,000 



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13S 

ACOLOURED NATURAI PEARL AND 
DIAMOND BROOCH 

The centrai aubergine-coloured naturai pearl measuring 
1 1 .27 - 11 .48 X 15.38 mm (55, 1 grains), within an old and 
rose-cut diamond pierced plaque of follate motif, mounted 
in Silver and gold, 4.6 cm long 
Accompanied by report no. 0903040 dated 25 March 
2009 from the Gùbelin Gem Lab stating thaf the pearl is 
a naturai saltwater pearl 



SFr, 13, 000-16.000 

Al 39 

A PEARL AND DIAMOND RING 



US$11,0QO-13,00O 
€8,800-1 1 ,000 



Setwith a button-shaped pearl welghing 96.68 grains. 

tothe marquise-cut diamond fiorai shoulders, rmgsszel, 

withFrenchassaymarkforplatinum 

Accorupanied by report no. 185523 da ted 07 July 2008 

from the CCIP Laboratoire Frangais de Gemmologìe 

stating that the pearl ss a naturai (saltwa ter) pearl 'perle 

fine' 

Accampana by report no. 0902245 dated 11 March 
2009 from the Gùbelin Gem Lab stating that the pearl 
!s a cai tured saitwa ter pearl 

Accompanied by report no. 53408 dated I/March 2009 
from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that 
the peari is a naturai saltwater pearl 



SFr,10,000-15,000 



US$8.000-1 2.000 
€6.700-10.000 




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A NATURAI 

BROOCH 



PEARL, RUBYAND DIAMOND 



The detachable naturai pearl drop measuring 
approximateiy 25,60x 18,78x 16,36 mmwith a diamond 
cap, suspended from a bar broocln setwitli a pearl, ruby 
and rose-cut diamond flower motif and d iamond-set leaf 
shoulders, mounted in Silver and gold, pendant 3.6 cm 
long, brooch 4.0 cm long [2] 

Accompanied by report no. 15870922 dated 16!i4ay2007 
from the GIÀ Gemologicai Institute of America stating tliat 
the peari is naturai., and hasbeen filied with a foreìgn 
materlai 

Please note that the upper pearl has not been tes ted for 
naturai origin 



SFr, 50, 000-70, 000 



US $40.000-56.000 
€34,000^7,000 



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A PAIR OF ART DECO COLOURED NATURAI 
PEARL. ENAMELAND DIAMOND EAR 
PENDANTS 

Each silver-coloured naturai pearl drop Buspended from 
atiereddiamond cap and bar Burmount, tothe black 
enamel arabesque motifs, circa 1930. 4.2 cm long 
Accompanieci by report no. 16371307 dated 02 
Novem ber 2007 from the GIÀ Gemological Institute of 
America statsng that the pearls are naturai saltwater pearis 



SFr.32,000-42,000 



US $26, 000^4, 000 
€22,000-28,000 




142 

A COLOURED NATURAI PEARL. NATURAL 
REARL AND DIAMOND RING 

Setwith three button-shaped naturai pearlB, onewhite, 
one silvery brown and one pinkish brown, to the diamond- 
set three line band, ringsÌze4'/4 

Accompanted by report no. 960 188 1 1 dated 03 Juìy 2008 
tram theAGTA Gemoiogicai Testing Center stating that 
the three pearis are naturai saitwater pearis 



SFr.15,00Cu20,000 



US$12,000-16,000 

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A PAIR OF COLOURED NATURAL PEARL, 
NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR 
PENDANTS 

Each suspending awhite or aubergìne naturai pearl drop 
measuring 11.55x 11,62mm and 11.45x 11,67mm 
respectivly, from adiamond colletline, tothe old and 
single-cut dlamond scroll plaque surmount, mounted in 
platinum, 5.2 cm ìong, with French assay mark forgold 



(3) 



Accompanied by report no. 16906539 dated 11 March 
2008 from tlie GIÀ Gemoiogicai Institute of America 
stating that the two pearis are naturai s al twater pearis 




SFr.25,000-35,000 



US $20,000-28, 000 
€17,000-23,000 



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A FINE NATURAI 



^EARLAND DIAMOND NECKLACE 



Comprising three graduateci rows of 83, 81 and 77 naturai pearis, measuring 
approximatelyfrom 8.75 to 3.50 mm, tothe gold and diamond marquise- 
shaped c\asp, 41 .5 cm shortest iength, with French assay mark for gold 
ClaspsignedCartfer Paris, no. G7217 

Accompanied by report no. 53457 da ted 24 March 2009 from frte SSEF Swlss 
Gemmologìcai InstJtuts stating thaìal! 241 pearis are naturai sa{twaì& pearis 



SFr, 125,000-190,000 



US$1 00,000-1 50.000 
€84,000-130.000 



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A FI 



JE NATURAI PEARL NECKLACE 



Comprising three graduateci rows of 80. 73 and 73 naturai pearis measuring 
trom 9.00 to 4.05 mm, to theold-cutdiamond and pearl follate clusterclasp, 
40.5 cm shortest length 

Accompanied by report no. 53647 dated 31 March 2009 from tìie SSEF Swiss 
Gemmoiogica! fnstìtute staring thatall 226 pearis are natura! saitwater pearis, 
due to mounting the pearl on the clasp couid not be tes-ted 



SFr.140,000-iaO,000 



US$1 20,000-1 40.000 
€94,000-120,000 



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146 

AN ANTIQUE NATURAI PEARL AND DIAMOND 

BROOCH 

The naturai pearl drop measuringS.SQ- 7,05xappro>;imately 
15.50 mmsuspended from adiamond-setscrolling linewith 
follate detall to the three button-shaped naturai pearl 
surmounts, mounted in Silver and gold, circa 1900. 
7.8 cm long 

Accompanied byrepon no. 0903042 dated 25 March 
2009 from the GùbeHii Gem Lab sta ìlng ìhat ali tour pearis 
are naturai sa Itwater pearl s 



SFr,13, 000-16.000 



US$11,000-13,000 
€8.800-11.000 



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147 

AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND PEARL NECKLACE 

Deslgned asan old-cut diamond colletfringe and 
neckchain.suspendingten drop-shaped pearis, circa 
1870. 37.5 cm inner cjrcumference. witJi French assay 
mark for Silver and gold 

Accompanied by reperì no. 534 1 7 dated 24 March 2009 
from the SSEF Swiss Gemmologicai Institute stating that 
ali ten drop-shaped pearis are naturai saitwa ter pearis 
Accompanied byreport no. 0903039dated I/March 
2009 from the Gubeiin Gem Lab stating that seven pearis 
arenatural saitwater pearis and three are cultured 
salt water pearis 



SFr. 120,000-1 50,000 



US$96,000-1 20,000 
631,000-100.000 



ANOTHER PROPERTY 

148 

AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND PEARL BROOCH 

Realistically deslgned as an old and rase-cut diamond 
spray, the flowerhead mounted 'en tremblanV accented 
by a pearl plstll, mounted in Silver and gold, circa 1830. 
10.5 cm long 

Please note that the pearl has not been tested for naturai 
origln 



SFr,28, 000-35.000 



US $23, 000-28, 000 
€19,000-23,000 



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149 

A RARE COLOURED PEARL NECKLACE, 

BY CARTIER 

Composed of seventy-nine graduateci black pearis 
measuring approximatelyfrom 12,0 to 4.5 mm, tothe 
marquise-shaped diamond clasp with old-cut diamone! 
accents, 56.5 cm iong, wìtii French assayrnarks for 
platinum and gold 
Signed Cartier Paris 

Accompanied by report no. 18 7732 óaìeó 20 January 
2009 from the CCIP Laboratoire FrangaìB de Gemmologie 
stating thatall 79 pearis are (saltwater) nabjral pearis 
'perles fines', with no indication of artificia! coloar 
moàìficaUon 

Piease contact department for additionai reports from the 
SSEFSwiss Gemrmiogscai Institute and Gùbelsn Gem Lab 



SFr, 150,000-225,000 



US$130,000-195,000 
€100,000-150,000 



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VARI0IJ5 PROPERTIES 

150 

A PAIR OF ART DECO NATURAI PEARL AND DIAMOND 

EAR PENDANTS 

Of geometrie design, each light Silver -coloured naturai pearl drop 

meiasuring approximately 11 ,45 - 11,50 x 13.40 mm and 11.00 - 

1 1.05 X 13,35 mm, suspended from acircularand baguette-cut 

diamone! fle;(lble doublé line surmount, mounted in platinum, 

circa 1930, 6.7 cm long 

Accompanied by reperì no. 53459 da ied 24 March 2009 from the 

SSEF Swiss Gemmologtcal fnstitute sta ììng that the two pearìs are 

naturai saltwaterpearis 

Accompanied by report no. 978609 dated 26 September 2005 from 

the London Precious Storie Laboratory stating that the tuo peafls 

arenatural pearis 




3Fr,95,00O-12O,0a0 



USS76, 000-96,000 
G64,000-80,000 



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A BELLE EPOQUE NATURAL PEARL, SEED PEARL 
AND DIAMOND CHOKER 

The pierced artlculatedtapered band setwitha line of old-cut 
diamond collets and seed pearl edges, to the th ree centrai button- 
shaped naturai pearl swith diamond accents, mounted In Silver 
and gold, circa 1910, with French importation mark forgoìd 
Accompanied by report no. 0903075 dated 26 March 2009 from 
tiie Gobelin Gem Lab sta ting tha ì the three p eahs are naturai 
saltwa ter pearis, two of which are known as 'blister pearis ' 
Accompanied by report no. 0127193dated 13 June 2007 from 
the Gem Testing Laboratori of Great Britain ^Gerri-A) sta ting that 
the three pearis are naturai pearis 



SFr.32.000-42.000 



US$26,000-34,000 
€22,000-28,000 



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A PAIR OF NATURAI PEARLAND DIAMOND 
EAR CLIPS 

Each suspending a white or silver-coloured naturai pearl 
drop measuring 10.90 - 10.93x16.14 and 11,00- 11. 08 x 
16,16 rum (55,44 and 57,80 grains] respectively, within a 
diamone! scrolling doublé border.ZZcmtong 
Accompanied by report no. 53453 dated 20 March 2009 
from the SSEFSv\4ss Gemmological InstiMe stating thaf 
the twopeafl9 are naturai saltwa ter pearis 



SFr.75.00ai0a000 



US$60, 000-30,000 
651,000-67,000 




153 

APAIROF NATURAI PEARLAND DIAMOND 
EAR PENDANTS 

Each suspending a detachable lightsilver-coloured 
naturai pearl drop measuring approximatiy 11 ,30- 12,65 
X 15.65 mm and 10,50- 12.35x 16.10 mm fromadiamond 

cap and line surmount. to the marquise and brilliant-cut 
diamond foliateclustertop with baguette-cutdiamond 
serali de\a\\. 5.3 cm long 

Accorrtpansed by report rjo. 53558 da ted 30 March 2009 
from theSSEFSwiss Gemmological Instiìute stating thai 
the two pearis are natura! saJtwater pearis 



SFr,30,000-40,000 



US$24.000-32.000 

€21.000-27,000 



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4*155 

A RUBY, EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE 
AND BRACELET, BY CARTIER 

The threeruby bead strands, setwithin aseries of 
alternating carvedleaf emerald cylinder and sphere 
spacers, each with pavé-set yellow diamond and diamond 
terminals, detaching to form a shorter necklace and a 
bracelet, shortest row 67.0 cm long, bracelet 24.4 cm 
long. withFrenchassaymarkforgold. with maker's mark 
fot Cartier, in a Cartier red lea ther case (4) 

Sigiied Cartier Paris, no. R5532 



SFr, 25, 000-35,000 



US$20,000-28,000 
617.000-23,000 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

156 

A SUITE OE GEM-SET DIAMOND AND GOLD 
JEWELLERY, BYMAUBOUSSIN 

Connprisinga necklace designed as a V-shaped 
openwork ribbon setwith aseries ot ruby, sapphire and 
emerald carved leaves to the brillìant-cut diamond border; 
a pair of ear clips and a ring en suite, mounted in 18k 
gold, necklace 38.5 cm inner circumference, ear clips 
3.0 cm long, ring size 6.0 [3) 

Signed Mauboussin Paris, nos. 45154. 4S514 and45149 



SFr, 40,000-60,000 



US $32,000^18,000 
€27,000-40,000 



157 

ALADY'S GOLD AND DIAMOND 
WRISTWATCH. BY PIAGET 

The pavé-set diamond square dial within a baguette-cut 
diamond border, tothe cai ibré-cut diamond tapered 
band, quartz movement, 17.5cmlong, with French assay 
mark forgoió 

Signed Piaget, nos. 15271 and 635573 



SFr,25, 000-35,000 



US $20.000-28.000 
617,000-23,000 



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AN IMPRESSIVE SUITE OF MULTI-GEM, 
CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND JEWELLERV 
BY MICHELE DELLA VALLE 

In the style of a'Satlada' neckiace, designedas a 
cascade of five cultured-pearl strandsset with sapphire 
and diamond cluster spacers and pink sapphire and 
dlamond arabesque motifs centering upon a line of 
peridots, to the sapphire head neckchaln; and a pair of 
ear pendantsen suite, mounted in 18k wlìite gold, 45.5cm 
inner cìrcumterence, ear pendants 7.4 cm iong. in two. 
Michele della Vaile beige pouches (g) 

Signed Miciieie della Vaile, no. 10843 



SFr,110,000-160,000 



US$88,000-130,000 
€74,000-110.000 





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A PAIR OF PERIDOT AND DIAMOND EAR 
PENDANTS 

Each suspending an oval-shaped faceted peridot within a 
brilliant-cut diamond surround from asimilarly-set rose-cut 
diamond surmount, mounted in aplatinum, 4.2cmlong 



SFr, 13,000-15,000 




USS11 ,000-12,000 
€8,800-10,000 



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1P0RTANT EMERALDAND DIAMOND RING 



Therectangular-cut emerald weighing 15.57 carats with 
triangular-shaped diamone! shoulders, mounted in 1Sk 
gold and platinum, ring size 614 

Accompaniec! by report no. 52629 dated 09 October 2008 
hom the SSEF Swlss Gemmoìogìcsì Instltute stating that 
the emeraid is of Colombian origin, with no indicDtians of 
clarìty modifica tion 



SFr,31 0,000^30,000 



US$2 50,000-350,000 
6190,000-260,000 



For many ysars it has been recognised as an aoceptable 
practice to lessen the appearance of naturai inclusions in 
Gmeraids with oils and resina, indeed, today it is aimost 
universaliyrecxjgnised thiat most- up to 99% of- emeraids will 
Inave som9 levei of treatment, judged by tliQ amount of oil or 
resin used. Minor treatment is aiready a greatly desirable 
attribute for a gom emeraid, but to find gems of fine tiighest 
quality witlnout any sign of treatment- as completeiy naturai as 
tlne earth intended, excepting the cutting and poiishing of the 
iapidary - is unusuai. IVIoreover, in the case of stones over f 0, 
and certainiy 15 carats. of such aciean material and uniformiy 
plGasing colour as the emeraid being offered liere, the purity 
of such a gem-quaiity crystai is particuiarly noteworthy. 



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ELEGANT DIAMOND RING 



Setwith an eiongated oval-sinaped diamond weigiiing 
8 .97 carats to tiie tapered baguette-cut diamond 
shoulders, mounted in platinum, ringslze 7'A 
Accompanied by report no. 17470774 dated 29 July 2008 
ffom the GiA Gemological Institute of America sta ting that 
the diamond ss F colour. SU clarity 



SFr, 180,000-220,000 



US$1 50,000-180,000 
€130,000-150,000 



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PRINCE DIMITRI 



Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia grew up in VgrsaillQS, descended 
from a long line of European royal families. His interest in 
gema and jewQllery vms sparl^ed early, when his patemal 
grandmotlner, Princess Olga ofGreece and Denmark, related 
first-tiand the legendary JQWQllery collection ol her mother 
and grandniother, line Grand Duchesses Helen Vladimirovna 
and Maria Pavioma of Russia, Following a 17 year career 
witli the auctions in Nav Yor[<, Princs Dimitri iaunched his firGt 
collection in 1999, which vras successtuiiy soid at Bameys, 
Bergdort Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Saks Htth Avenue. 
in 2008, he and his business partner, Todd Morley, opened 
a private salon at 5 East 57th Street in New York, ottering 
unique jewels designed by Prince Dimitri himself. The striking 
earrings offored here are a personal work. incorporating his 
favourite combination of colours, green and biue, together 
with a boid, yet eiegant design. 





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162 

A PAIR OF UNIQUE AQUAMARINE. EMERALD. 
SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANT5, 
BY PRINCE DIMITRI 

Of geometrie design, each eiongated rectanguiar-cut 
aquamarine weighing 39.44 and 37.41 carats bordered by 
caiibré-cutemerald and sapphire arrow-shaped motifs, 
suspended from adiamond, sapphire and emeraid 
simiiarly-designed surmount, mounted in platinum, 
lO.Scmiong, ins Prince Dimitrìfuchsis veivetcase 
With malor's mark for Prince Dimitri 



SFr, 40, 000-60,000 



US $32.000^8.000 
627.000-40,000 



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163 

A HIGHLY IMPORTANT DIAMOND RING. 
MOUNTED BY CARTIER 

Set with apear-shaped diamondweighing 30.70 carats to 

the plain platinum hoop, ring 3ize9 

Mounted by Cartìer. no. T02371 

Accompanied by report no. 11055019 dsted 01 March 

2000 from the GiA Gemologica! Instftute of America stating 

thatihe diamond ìs D coiour, Internafly Flswless clarity 



3Fr,2,500,000-3,000,000 



US$2, 000,000-2 ,400, 000 
€1,700,000-2,000,000 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

164 

AN ELEGANT ART DECO DIAMOND 
E.RACELET, BY TIFFAN Y & CO. 

Composed of seven pavé-set diamond openwork panels, 
each set at the centre with a marquise-cut diamond to the 
French-cut diamond links, c//ca 1925, 17.5cmlong 
Signed Tiffany & Co. 



SFr,70,000-85,000 



US $56,000-68,000 
€47,000-57,000 



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165 

AN EMERALDAND DIAMOND RING 

Set with a cabochon emerald weighing 7.07 carats, to the 
micro pavé- set diamond bombe surround and bifurcated 
hoop, mounted in platinum, ring size 6.0 
Accompanìed by report no. CS 38830 dsted ISMarch 
2007 from the AGL American Gemobgìcal Laboratories 
stating that the emerald ss of Colombian origsn, wsth 
insignifkyant gemoiogica! evìdence al clarity srìhancement 
present (oii / Canadian Balsam) 



SFr,55,000-70,000 



US$44.000-56.000 
€37,000-47,000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 
166 

A SUITE OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND 
JEWELLERY 

Comprlsing a necklace set with a line of cabochon 
emeraid and briiiiant-cut diamond ciusterstothe diamond 
backchain; a braceletanda ring en suite, mounted in 18k 
white gold and gold, neckìace 42.0 cm long, bracelet 
1B.5 cm long, ring size 7.0 (3) 



3Fr.100,000-150,000 



US$80 ,000-1 20,000 
667,000-100,000 



VARIOUS PROPERTIES 

167 

A PAIR OF DIAMOND FAR STUDS 

Bach set with a brilliant-cut diamond weighing 6.38 and 
6.18 carats, mounted in IBI^wInite gold 
Accompanied by reporì no. 17197796 dated 07 May 2008 
from the GIÀ Gemological Institute of America stating that 
the diarrtond weighing 6.38 carats !s Icohur, VS1 clarity, 
Excellent cut grade 

Accompanied by report no. 1 7 197804 dated 08 May 2003 
from the GIÀ Gemological Institute of America sta ting that 
the diamond weighing 6. 18 carats is ! colour. VS2 clarity. 
Excellent cut grade 



SFr,250,000-300,000 



US$2 00,000-240,000 
6170,000-200.000 



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ARUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE 

The front designed as a fiorai garland, set with ovai and pear- 
shaped rubyand marquise andbrilliant-cut diamond 
flowerheads, tothe brilliant-cut diamond line backcinain, 
mounted in 18k wiiite gold, 42.0 cm long 

SFr, 75,000-100,000 US$60,000-80,000 

€51,000-67,000 



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A RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH. BY SABBADINI 

Designed as two marquise and brliliant-c ut diamond fiorai 
clusters, each set with oval-shaped ruby aocents, joined by 
acaiibré-Gut ruby scroliing ribbon, mounted in piatinum and 
gold, /. 1 cm long 
Signed Sabbadini 

AcGompanied hy report no. 42361 dated 02 Fehruary 2004 
from the SSEF Swiss Gemmologica! Institute stating that the 
ruby weighing 3.69 carats ìs of Burmese orìgin, with no 
indications otheating. modera te enhancemeni by oH 
Accompanied by report no. 13 165309 dated 20 February 
2004 from the GIÀ Gemologìcai Institute of America stating 
that thediamiond weighing 1 .72 caratB is ! colour. 11 clarity 

SFr, 40, 000-60, 000 U3$32,000-48,000 

€27,000-40,000 



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A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS 

Each set with an oval-sinaped ruby, to the pear-shaped 
diamond follate border, mounted in piatinum and 18k gold, 
3.0 cm long 

Accompanied by report no. CS 38098 dated 05 Decomber 
2005 from the AGL American Gemologicai Laboratories 
stating thatthe ruby weighing 2.49 carats is of Burmese 
origin . with no indications of heat enhancement 

Accompanied by report no. CS 38097 dated 05 December 
2005 from the AGL American Gemologicai Laboratories 
stating thatthe ruby weighing 2.25 carats is of Burmese 
origin, with no indica tions of heat enhancement 

Accompanied by8 reports from the GIÀ Gemologicai Institute 
of America stating that the diarrtonds weighing from 2.03 to 
1. 03 carats are DtoGcoiour. VS1 to SI2 ciarìty 

SFr, 190,000-230,000 US$160,000-ie0,000 

6130,000-150,000 



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ADIAMOr 



DRING 



Setwith a rectangular-cut diamondweighing 10.22 carsrts^ 
to the plain white gold band, ring size 6.0 
Accompanied byreport no. 16952998 dated21 July2008 1 
tram the GIÀ Gemoìogical fnstìtute (^America stating that \ 
the diamond is I coiour, VS7 clarity 



SFr,250,0O0-3O0,000 



US$2O0,O00-24O,000 
€170,000-200,000 



4^172 

AN EXQUISITE RUBYAND DIAMOND RING, 
BY HARRY WINSTON 

Set withan oval-shaped ruby weighing 3,68carats, to t}ne 
half-tmoon diamond shoulders, mounted In platlnum and 
gold, ringsize6.0 

Sìgned HW for Harry WInston 

Accorvpanied by rsport no. 9510004 daied lOOctober 
1995 from the Gùbehn Gem Lab stating that the ruby is of 
Burmese origìn. wilh no indicatìons o f themìal treatment 



SFr.190,000-25 0,000 




US $150 ,000-200,000 
€130,000-170.000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 
173 

A DIAMOND BRACELET, BY BOUCHERON 

The baguette-cut diamond centrai line and geometrie 
clasp, tothe brilllant-cut diamond border. /afe 1930s. 
19.0 cm iong, with French assay mark forplatinum, 
in a Boucheron grey suede case 
Sìgned Boucheron, no. 899 



SFr 40,000-50,000 



US$32.000-40.00 
€27,000-34,000 



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THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 
174 

A MAGNIFICENT DIAMOND RING 

Therectangular-cutdiamond weighing 20,46 carats 
tothe plain platinum hoop, ring S!ze6'/j 
Accompanied by repori no. 2105690828 dated 18 
February2009 from the GIÀ Gemoiogscal Ins&ute of 
America sta ting that the diarnond is D coSour, VS 1 clarity 
With a working diagram sìating that the diarnond is 
PotentiaUy lntema!fy Flawfess with weight ioss 
With a note stating that the diarnond ìs ciassified as 
a Typ& If a diarnond 

3Fr, 1,250,000-1, 750.000 US$1 ,000,000-1 ,400.000 

€840,000-1,200,000 



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THE PROPERTY OF A LADY OF TITLE 

175 

AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND BROOCH / CLASP 

Ofopenwork design, the lozenge-shaped plaque setthroughoutwith cushion- 
shaped diamonds, centering upon a pear-shaped diamond quatrefoii motif, 
with diamond follate termi nais, mounted in Silver and gold, arca 1890. 6.0 cm 
long, with pendersi hoop ano detachabìe brooch fittìngs. to the iater tliree row 
cuitured pearl clnoker, thepearlsmeasuring from 10,1 to9.9 mm, 33.0 cm long 

(2) 



SFr,40,000-60,000 



US$32,000-48,000 
£27,000-40,000 



From thecollection of H.R.H The Princess Mary, tlience to the formerCountess of Harewood, 
Mrs Jeremy Thorpe, C.B E. 



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THE PROPERTY OF A LADY OF TITLE (COMTINUED] 

176 

A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR CLIPS 

Each designed as a marquise and pear-shaped diamond 
cluster, 3.0 an iong, wiih pendent hoop for suspension 
Numbered 5588 

The total diamond weight is 13.92and 13.13 caratsforeach 
diamond cluster 



SFr.200. 00^300,000 



US$1 60,000-240.000 
€140,000-200,000 



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177 

A DIAMOND Ll^ 



E BRACELET 



The graduateci band setwlthtwenty-ninerectangular-cut 
diamonds, mounted in piatiniim, WJcmiong 



SFr.80,000-1 00,000 



US$64,000-80,000 
G54, 000-67. 000 



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VARIOLJS PROPERTIES 

178 

A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOr 



D RING 



Setwith arectangular-cutfancy pink diamond weighing 
5.31 carats, to the micro pavé-set diamond surround and 
half-hoop, mounted in 18k rose gold, rìngsized'A 
Accompanìed by report no. 16293809 dated25 
September 2007 from the GIÀ Gemotogical Institute of 
Amefica stating that the diamond i9 Fancy Pink cotour 

Wiìh a diamond type dassiftcation note stating thai IJie 
diamond is a Type Ha pink diamond which is Vejy rare 
in nature' 



SFr.250 ,000-350.000 



USS200,000-280.000 
6170,000-230.000 




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179 

ACOLOUF 



;ED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND RING 



Setwith acushion-shaped fancy grey-biue diamond 
weighing 3.18 carats, to tlie micro-pavé-set diamond 
surround and haithoop, mounted in rose gold, ringsized'/z 
Accompanied iDy report no. 16370714datetì UMay2W3 
from the GIÀ Gemological Institute of America stating that 
the diamond is Fancy Gray-Blue coiour. VS1 ctarity 



SFr.625,000-750.000 



US$500,000-600.000 
6400,000-470,000 



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180 

A LADY'S ART DECO EMERALD AND 
DIAMOND TANK WRISTWATCH. ET CARI 



lER 



The rectangular cream dial with Roman numerais and 
blued Steel hancls within a buff-top emerald and diamond 
trame, shield-shaped shoulders and deployant buckle, to 
the black silk 9trap, mechanical movement, circa 1925. 
15.2 cm inner circumference, mth French assay marks for 
platinum and gold 

Dialsìgned Cartìer, nos. 17506, 25503,. 2304 
Movement sìgned European Watch and Clock Co. Ine, 
no. 25503 



182 

AN ART DECO ONYXAND DIAMOND TORTUE 
'DENTS DE LOUP' WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER 

The ovai cream dial with Roman numeral9 and blued steei 
hands within a rose-cut diamond crown, to tlneonyxand 
diamond triangular-shaped siioulders. on a deployant 
buckie and biaci^ silk strap, meclianical movement, circa 
1925, 1 5.7 cm inner circumference, with French assay 
marks for gold and platinum 
DIaìsigned Cartier, no9. 3238, 16804 and8125 
Movement numbered 16804 
Strap numbered6318 



SFr, 10,000-15,000 



US$S,000-12,000 
€6,700-10,000 



SFr,10,000-15.000 



USSS,000-12,000 
€6.700-10.000 



181 

AN ART DECO DIAMO^ 
BY CARTIER 



D BROOCH, 



The circular-cut diamond openwork plaque with shield- 
shaped terminais, each accentedby pierced scroliing 
motifs and a pear-shaped diamond collet, tothe baguette- 
cut diamond accents, mounted in platinum. circa 1925, 
6.8 cm long 
Signed Cartier no. 2328 



183 

AN ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET 

The circular-cut diamond articulated fine band, to the five 
coilet-set square-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum, 
circa 1920, 17.7 cm long 



SFr, 20, 000-25, 000 



US$16.000-20.000 
614.000-17,000 



SFr,4O,000-50,000 



US $32,000-40,000 
€27.000-34.000 



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A184 

A DIAMOND RIVIERE 

Comprising fffty-two graduaied old-cut diamond collets, 
mounted in Silver and gold, 41.0cm!ong, in later green 
leather fitted case 

SFr.40 ,000-50 ,000 US$32 ,000-40 ,000 

€27.000-34.000 



185 

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE EAR PENDANTS 

Of pampille' design, the old-cut diamond top suspending 
adetachabletapering diamond colletlins with follate 
surmourìt. Silver mount circa 1380, S.Ocmìong, 
with French assay mark for siiver 

3Fr,50,000-70,000 US$40.000-56.000 

634.000-47.000 



«P18B 

AN ANTIQUE RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH 

Designed as acluster, the cushlon-shaped ruby welghlng 
5.59 caratsto the old-cut diamond surround and rose-cut 
diamond points, mounted In Silver and gold, circa 1860, 
2.5 cm Wide 

Accomparìiedbyreportno. 53077 dated 19 Decernber 
2008 from frte SSEFSwiss Gemmologicai Instiiute stating 
that tiìe ruby is of Burmese ongin, with no indications of 
heating 

3Fr.85 ,000-1 20,000 US$6e ,000-96 ,000 

€57.000-80.000 



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ARUBYAND DIAMOND NECKLACE 

The V-shaped necklace designed as an oval-shaped rufc 
and baguette-cut diamond doublé graduated line with 
brilliant-cutdiamond detaii.suspending a similarly-set 
cascade tassel , 33.0 cm inner drcumference 
Accompanied byreport no. 53452 dated 20 March 2009 
from the SSEF Swiss Gemmologìcal Instituìestadng ìhat 
ìhe 99 rubies are ofBurmese origH with no indications 
otheating 

SFr.150,000-200,000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 
T188 

A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND FAR 
PENDANTS 

Of chandelier design, each composed otthreearticulated | 
lines of oval-shaped rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, to 
the similarly-set surmount, mounted in 1 81^ white gold. 
6.8 cm long 

Accompanied by report no. 43587 dated 15 September 
2004 from the SSEFS wiss Gemmologica/ Institute stating \ 
that the 34 rubies are of Burmese origin. with no 
indications oiheating 



3Fr,5D,G0O-75,a0O 



US$40.000-60,000 
€34,000-50,000 



VARI0IJ5 PROPERTIES 

A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND FAR CLIP5. 
BY BULGARI 

The centrai oval-shaped ruby Follate clusterwith brilliant- 
cutdiamond accenls to the baguette-cut diamond 
undulating surround. 5, 1 cm long, in a Bulgari fitted black \ 
siik case 
Signed Bulgari 



SFr 15,000-20,000 



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US$12.000-16.000 
€11,000-13,000 



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190 

AN IMPRESSIVE DIAMOND RING 

The rectangular-cut diamond weighing 26,59 carata to 
the shield-shaped diamond shoulders and plain hoop, 
mounted in platinum, ring size 5% 

SFr,450,000-550,000 US$360 ,000-440.000 

€310,000-370,000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 

191 

AN IMPORTANT SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 
RING /PENDANT, BY REPOSSI 

The cushion-shaped sapphireweighing 33,23 carats set 

within a brilliant-cut diamond doublé surround, tothe 

diamond-set hoop (detachable to be worn as a pendant), 

mounted in 18kwh ite gold and platinum, rìngsìzeS.O, 

In a Repo39i grey case 

Pendant sìgned Repossi 

Accompanied by report no. 53465 dated 20 March 2009 

from the SSEFSwiss Gemrrtoìogìcat instìtute statìng that 

the sapphjre is ofBurmese origìn, with no indications of 

heatìng 

Accompanied by report no. 9402160 dated 10 March 

i994from the Gùbelin GemLab stating that the sapphire 

ss of Burmese origin, with no evidence of thermal 

treatment 

Accompanied by report no. 9402162dated lOMarch 

i994from (te Gùbelin Gem Lab stating that the diantond 

weighing 1. W carats is G colour, VS2 clarity 

SFr.250,0O0-310.000 US$200 ,000-250, 000 

6170,000-210,000 



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ANOTHER PROPERTY 

192 

A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDAN" 



S 



Each setwitha princess-cutdiamond weighing 5.57 and 
5,47 carata, tothe micro pavé-set diamond line surmount, 
mounted in 18kwhite gold, 2.6 cm long 
Accompanied by report no. 16218989 dated 18Juìy2007 
from the GIÀ Gemological fnstìtute of America 9tating that 
tf?e diamond weighing 5.57carats is H coiour. VS1 cìarsty 
Accompanied by report no. W21 8988 dated 18Juìy2007 
from the GIÀ Gemological Irìstitute of America stating that 
the diamond weighing 5.47car3ts is ì-i coiour, VS1 clarity 



SFr, 190,000-250,000 



US$1 60,000-200,000 
€130,000-170,000 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 

194 

A DIAMOND RING 

Setwith a marqulse-cut diamond weighing 9.91 carata 
to the tapered baguette-cut diamond shoulders and 
plain hoop, mounted in 18K white go\i:i.ring3Ìze5'% 
Accompanied by report no. 12214799dated ISAugust 
2002 from the GfA Gemologicai Institute of America 
stating that the diamond is D coiour. VS2 ciarity 



SFr,31 0,000-440,000 



US$2 50 ,000-350,000 
€210,000-290,000 



THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN OF TITLE 
193 

AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND TROMBINO' 
RING, BY BULGARI 

Set with an octagonai-sliaped emerald with baguette-cut 

diamond slioulders, to tlne micro pavé-set diamond 

surround and lialf-hoop,/'/ng'S(ze 7.0 

Ssgrsed Bulgari 

Accompanied by report no. 53306 dated 02 March 2009 

from the SSEF Swiss Gemmoiogicai Institute stating that 

the emerald is et Coiombian origin, with minor amount of 

oli in fissures 

The emerald weìgins approximately 7.0 carata 



3Fr,55,000-75,000 



US$44.000-60.000 
637,000-50,000 



195 

AN ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET 

Of openworl^ geometrie design, the three circular-cut 
diamond articuiated panale, to the baguette and square- 
shaped diarnonds accents, mounted in platinum, 
circa 1925, 18.8 cm long 



SFr,40,000-60,000 



US $32,000-48,000 
€27,000-40,000 



'One of the most successfui and long-lasting dQsigns by 
Bulgari, the TromW/io rings, dats tothe 1930s, Amongthe first 
examples was that given by Giorgio Bulgari to his future wife 
LGonllde on the occasion of their engagement in 1932. Thisnng 
wa5 callecl Tromtìlno a^ it^ slnape is somehow reminiscent of a 
small trumpet [tromba in Italian).' 

Daniela Mascetti and Anianda Triossi, Bulgari Leonardo Arte srI, 
Milan, 199S, page 65 



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A MAGNIFICENT DIAMOND RING 

The rectangular-cut diamone! weighing 30.52 carats 
tothe graduateci baguette-cut diamone! bifurcated 
shoulders andhoop, mounted in platinum, ring size 6.0 
Accompanied by report no. 174S7138dated 11 
September 2003 from the GIÀ Gemoiogical Institute of 
America staiing thatthe diamond ss Dcolour. Ffawiess 
clafìty. Exceffent Polish, ExceifentSymmetry 
With a note statìng that the diamond ìs classified as 
a Type Ila diamond 



Estimate on Request 



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■hlch cin re;lice ciibon itoirs in a dlamord's atontic 
slrucim Thesi iva diimenil lyoes can be tfiiiinguiilied 
on ihe bisis ol dillerences in Iheir ctieinical and Dhyiicai 
propeittes. lype II diamonds coniaiQ llttli i) any nitrogea 
and mey m subdifldEit inio iwo tanti (111 md HI» both 
al «hich are quii» rate (liii mas 2H ot ali gain 
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descnbEd in SIA DtAMOKQ GRADIMG REPO^r # I74S7133 has boen determmed to be a type 
]]| dlimond. I]rpc Ma ifiimonds are iri« moil cNemically pvce l)pe ot dii'nD'id md vllsn davo 
eiceoliBBai solcai trafligareiicy. Tfpa III éimandi vara Utsi idenlitieif » oiiginiitAg tram 
India (paftictjlirl> tram Itie Golcondt reijion) bui bava since btori racovaiid in ali flit|or 
diamond-praducing regio!» sf \t\t vorid 

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PLCAftl mna f O IM^OaTAMT LnilT»TiOM» OH -nt BACK or TNI« DOCUMIWT. 



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NDEX 



A 


P 


Aletto Bros. óS-70 


Piaget 158 


B 


Priiice Diniitiri IÓ3 


Bertolucci 48 


^ < 


Boìvìn,René 33 


Repossi iy2. 


Boucheron 174 


s 


Boiivicr, Manuel 4.1 , 126 


Bulgari 55, Ó2, lyo, 194 

e 

Carcier 4, 6, 17, óo, 150, 156, 
164, iSi-i8j 


Sabbadim 11,53,95,129,170 
Schlumberger 46 

T 

Tiffany&Co.83.i6s 


Codogiiato Ì07 


V 


E 


dellaValle, Michele ]!9-20,ó4, 


Enigma 84-8^ 


So-81, K7-SS,94. isy 

Vaii Cleef iv. Arpels 1-2. loó. 


F 


110-120 


Fabergé 24 


Verdura 91 


Faraone 4^1 
Feuillatre, Eugène iS 


W 


G 

Goldbeig,Williain 13J 
Graff73, 100 


Wiuston,Harr\'44, I73 

Y 

Yard, Raymond 29 


de Grisogono 79 




J 




JAR 133 




M 




MaiiboLissin 157 




Mouawad 132 





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BIOGRAPHIE5 



Alf ITO BROTHERS 

ThcAlctto (aaiiLy tiadidon of band-oiflxd jmds tiiu 

special catnuiBsioD ho Bartolomeo Aietis lo inmiiic in- 
orate che inai] gli lation ni Che EiCfcl Tower at the 
&:p3!Ì(ÌQn UnivCTScEc- in 18S5. Fronifhesccond gen- 
eration, Bartolomeo^ lor, HafUpI* worfcfd for nuriy 
Icadiug Iraliiii jew^Lrn. -ind in lfl49, Lù san. Albe-ito. 
eniifrarcd from che &niily bue in Naplei to Caracu. 
VcnezLiela^whcie hr eaCabliahed a laiilticvwidn over loo 
cmploTTCs. in IjJfiz.Albrrtn nioted die family Co New 
Tfcrt, md coday liij Kinj.AlJKdo. Fnniro, [lobcrto ind 
Altwrto Jr. concinuf che fuiiiJy cradition 6om their 
"Wrorkihop in Boti Raion, Florida, ciaining Alficdo"! 
SOE3 Alberto. Luifi and Mario, in tbc art ofinvbible-Kt- 
iingÈiwliidi liicy are iraoy."iied. 



BERTOLLXia 

In igS5 Remo Bercokicd niizived irom hù native 
TiiitanyCa Swllicriand mjciiu thr *a:t:h bujlne» ofhij 
wlfei fimily in Bienne. Aliead)' i micro-mec bini irai 
cngineer, he becojiie deepjy ijivohed in developiienC 
nunagement. sud in 19^7 liundied hii own waCrb 
nunufac niring brand. Bl^^toIucci, in Ncu^lutieL In 
igtjg, che &rm was sold co a gcorp of Lnuf5Cors,and in 
200J bougiit by tlie Dicloon Gronp. 

RENÉBOVÌM 

Rene Boivin viaj born in Febmiri,' IS64 in Pirii An 
OK^LleEtdesipicrind enfriver,he begin a eicecr in rbe 
jewellery field atayoiing age. During the iHqo, hepur- 
chucd icvrcal WT:iiksha[Q and ejcablL&bcd hiicucLf at iruc 
ScAnaicue.In iS^^.herelocated t^ruc deTurbi^ and 
married Jeanne Po ire esister of die tamous CQiiIrLiricr 
and die fin t ■*' Oman jtvueller of ihi: zoth c«icury.They 
worked togetìier to CKice joms of tbe aiostbold and 
danng fashion? offhe eariy igocE.Aftw Bollini deafh 
in 1917. Jeanne dctidcd tei ^ssunie cotitid. of die £iai 
ind estiblishcd hccsclf in die avcnue de ['Opera wirfa 
Juliccle MoutJtd and her diiLi|iitr:. Geimainc Boiwin. 
The driree vioiked togetber tbr fcrty yean. joined 
bccw«n ig^l and 193; by SuzanneBelperron.creitlng 
such ufpatLire pieceaat die Staitìsb (1936) Theirjewela, 
inipircd by mimali md ra,tuK. bccanie v^cli-fcnown, 
Upon ieinne BoivLn^ drach in lijig, die house was 
taken cwci by Louis Gitard. In Api il 1591. the company 
becimc pare of Asprey Cioup Tbe nuin ofiire and bou- 
tique ire Iccited on aven uè Montaigne. 

BCUCHERON 

ftédfnc Boucberon (1850-133:1) began his career as an 
appcenlice lo die Paiiiianjewdler Deschanife iti 13 ^o. 
He opened hii ownjnvdieryialon ar die Palai: Hjyai in 
1858. and icon acquired fameas an csrpertin p^eck^u! 
BlBrica,an]a5Ccrfld tcirlinician and a creator ciC beacLitLil 
jewelkry. He -vc/a bis first Grand Prix it tbc Parii 
Bcpcisirion Uriverscilc in 1867 forjrwrdery in rhe 
irvivalijtitylea.ln lajj.hewai lije Ersi jcv-rilci: lo set up 
shop at die Plio: Venderne wliere be wcicomed bodi 
EL7ropeaci and Siisian r:;yilty and nobilic^ md troni 
"*"lierc the hrm atdloperacessuDceHJiiliy todayAiecond 
jtore was opened in Mescow In 1898 which was later 
rclofdCfd to St fttenbnrg.Wben Fréd^rii: died,he left 
the business to hii soa. Louis, who ^cncd bcanchn in 
London in l^p] , in Licgc and Miian m 1505 and in 
Madrid in 1907. Under Loms.Boucheron cjilihtcd in 
Paris it die Ipi) Eipcsititin desArts E>ccoiatis fóUtJW- 
ing rbcir suore» it die l9Hg and igoo Ea:p<:siàc>n2 
Lfmvfrselks.Loiusdisdin ig;9,lMvinga biraneffi,no™ 
alio patroniscd by Itidian and IianÌ3nio>diy,tohissDns. 
Fred and Gerard A boutique was t^pmed in _pjpan in 
1075, and ty igSn.botìi btothcn had recired, and Alain 
Boutdiicron Coolc o'in. BoLix;bcraii v-^ acquiicd in May 



zaa!2 by che Giicci Qraup (PPHJ.one of the wadd^ 
Leading iiiLiLri- brand luxurj' goods eompanies 
Bonciqiieswwre opsned in Shanghai and Elubaiin :ico; 
and Hong Koag^nd Kuaii LunipLic in::c>07'. 

MANUEL E0UVIE3 

Manuel 33o LIVI er be^pn hit career ^vo^tmg toc Carae e m 
che deparhiient of Haute roaillerie tìiat was Lter lo 
include the Carticr Musenni He dien collibarattd 
vidi Muina Bul^^.wht:> tiu^ him desi^iing aldlls 
and jiuginacive eolour conibinations.Today he designs 
i-inderhisownnajTLeir Gene^u.wirhaphiltBopliv cen- 
rred on crafbmunslijp. He 15 olsD accive in the Fabei^ 
Foundation, in gatbering and coruerving tbe jeii'eller^ 
mrhivfs 

BULGARI 

The Érm af Bulgari "waa founded by Sotirio Bulpjiri, 
vho waj liora in 1S57 in Grccce and was descended 
tcom afaniily ofsilveiamidis.ln iS 84 he cfiened bis tirst 
shop in Ttanie on fheVia Sistina, and then in 1505. he 
nioved to the Via dei Condotti. Upon Soliiioi dealh in 
1^52. his som, Giorgj^ and CcstantJno, took ov<:c che 
bmameH.They jre cxedited "wich neatmg the hìphly db,- 
cinccuvc 'Bwipm' sC^de, inspired by Greek and Roman 
claaieisni. die [talian Renainance. and die l^cb eentur^' 
Roman sehool of goktmiriis The itJTOS nijirlcftd che 
l:iegin[iinf ofBul^ii intenutionale^i^iansiou v/illithe 
opening of jKires in New York (the first ovcrseaj] , Paris, 
Genrva.iuid Monle Cado, building toAards cnotc rban 
Ijj intnrnalional storra open loday. It was also in this 
decade that Bidgari innodueed che 'Bvlgari-Bvlgaci' 
which was co bfcom* asuccrasfi-ilwatch classic.Biilfflri 
Tmic was eitablished bi die eaily IJSas in Ncucliàtel. 
Swiczcrland for che creation and production of ali 
Bulgari witch lini::. 

CftRTlEH 

Carrier was foundedin Paris in 1S+7 hy Louis-Fran.;ois 
Carder. It was his tbree granions, Louis. Pieiic and 
Jacques. wJio were irapon^hle tbr estabbstiing the 
finiQUi wodd-vide etnpice. Louis iclained lesponiibil- 
icy fbi the Paris braneh. nioving it to ijie me de la Paix 
in iSgg. Jacques took ebarge of che London operatici 
in l^ofin'^vliich had cipenedm igo3,e^rntuaJlvn]oving 
it to the cutcent location on New Bond Street. Piene 
establisbed cheNewYodc branch in igcig.reJocacingit 
in 1517 co die curient location at S;3 Fitlli Avenue. 
Brancbes were opened in .Woicow itid the FtuianGulf 
in igic, ibllowed l:iy optmn^ in Cannes and Monte 
Carlo. Proniinenc amonpt Carriera gifted beam, «ere 
Chaiksjiogueau whojoined Loub Cartierin Iflojl fot 
a blednie and Jeanne Toussaint who waj appointed 
Diccctorof Finejcwe-llcry fcoui IQjj.ln IJÓ+.follow- 
ing dae deali of Pierre, Carrier Parn.London and New 
"feik were sold by the faniily In 1973^ a gronp of 
invcsCora led by JcHcph Kanoui baugliC Cactiei P^is 
whose Preiident beeanie iPobert Hoeq. originitoi ai 
che concept"l.e(Mustde Caccier"in coUitoparionwitìi 
Alain Dominique Perrin, In 1374. Caitie-i London was 
boughthackand CartieiNc^^'Yorfcin 1576 EnigSj.die 
"Are ce Carcicc Collecnon" was initiatod b^ Eric 
Niusbajni. Ttjday. Cartieir is pirt of tbe Rithemont 
groLip. 

CODOGNATO 

Simetine Codcipiato foLinded Codc^iutij in IS06 in 
Venire. Tlie tirni haj sinee welconicd such cileno as 
Queen Victoria, Aufjjslr Rcnoir, Ceco Chanel and 
Gnce EeQy aniongscotliers CodogpatD has reiiiaineda 
fjniiy busines. today run by AttHio Cotki^ato on 
Piazza San Marco. 



ENIGMA 

Eni^ia v/^a cieal:cd in l^Sp by Gianni Bulgari, the 
grindson of Sodrio Bulgari, foundei of die fanious 
Itahan jrweleri. After gradi] ating from Law Scbool in 
156D,he joined the tamily busmna \vhere he b^^n as a 
scone purcbaser and lacer bccanie C£.0 untai IJtìa . [n 
lijgj. Enipiia iciwnced an inncwaciwt WDCrrh dfsign 
conipiiiing diamond-incrusted iteci, In IjJ^S.thc com- 
pany created tbe Bezel ManualWinder, a watch chat is 
ftoiind by tummg the cnciilar trame In jynoj, Enigma 
laLjnched ils <^¥n rangp cJje^eliy,ccejcingpiecr5 uslng 
colored precÌQi.u stonesin a clean. geometrical style. In 
3005 the company opened a bourique on die Via 
Maigutta in Roaie and a lecond on tue du Bhònc. 
Geneva, in zootì. Gianni Bulg^i is both che Prcsidcnc 
undAitistic Dii:rctor of Enigma, definijig ha tolc in die 
o^mpiui)' as'Mt£nifina'. 

FABERGE 

IVter Ciri Fabergé (18+6-15zoj is best knovin ibi die 
Easter egp he began niaking in 1S94 ^or the Tsac and 
Tsarijia of Russici After BtLidving in leverai Euiopean 
centTe5,he retumed tcjSr PeCenburg in 1S64 andjoincd 
his fàtherV Crcu. In 137z he took over the establi^imenC 
and becanie rtieTsarS Court Gokkmidi in 1SS1. His 
internatii^maltepuadonw^secntedin Ipoo at die Pare 
Etpcaidon and he began creating objects tbr Edward 
VII and othec Euiopean rorals .Tbe firmi lucces con- 
tinued until tbe Ì917 Rcvciulion whcn E-abcrg: cicaped 
CO Switierlind. 

FARAONE 

Faraone wjs founded duting tlie igth century In the 
heart of Horencc^jewcdery dL-^trict Tbc^'aoontrcanie 
die leading Horentinejeivellerandundercook ccoiunii- 
sions for che nobilitj- as well as tbr tbe ItiUan Ejsyal 
FaiYiilj; The flrm is now nir by the ^ctepasBi faniilv 
who icquired the company in J561.Thcy were well 
suited IO takc over Faraone as tbe Settcfvaisi family hjvc 
been jcweLleis sincc tbe lòdi centmy md wrre original- 
ly niembeis of the l'arte di por Santa Maria'. In igì fj. 
Tiffam'and Co.pLicchased Fanone and "aith their sub- 
scqucnt e?;paiBion chey bave ahops in Abii Dhabi, 
Bahiain. Japan, Kuwait and Saiidi Arabia Althoiigh 
owned by jnAnicricin company, tbc firtu issili diicct- 
ed by Cesate Scltepassi and bis wLlè Paola and tbcj' 
rigidlTinaintain tbe iradiricti ofpcodueingbig^quallcy 
and individuai piece: . 

EUGENE FEUILIATRE 

Engifne FeniUàtre (1870-1916) began his short career as 
a stLident of E rienne Toune tic in iBS^.Aldiough con- 
sidered a gifted ppldsmitb and sculptcfl:, hii mcaC 
excepclonal talent lay in jLicb enaniel ■work ai bc leacnc 
troiu his eail^' mister. Fcuillitcc was head of Ejenc 
Laliquei cnamcdingvtcrlnhop froni iSgn co 1897 and 
he"¥vaa conàdered aneof CbeArt Nouveau^ beat ciatla- 
men in chis field. En 1859, he begpn working on his 
C'Ali, ind liiscicatiotsuciedisplaKd witbg^ealsucces 
at die Salondela Soci^n^ desArristca Franf ais un cil 1314 
and tbe Salon de la Société dc3ArtislesDécoateiits..In 
iHpp, be joined die ^Igian asociacion ^ta Libre 
Esthé dquc' as well as ictitig as 1 naenaber of ite jury 
alongside lalique ind Fbuquec Ibi an cihibidon al die 
New Gallcr\' in London The )rar igoo bioughchini a 
gold medal it the Patii "Wocld Eihibitlon. 



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WILLIAM GOLDBERG 

TQiLIkai Goldbcrg bcgan bis L^aicci u i diimond 
mcrchanc in NcwìSjrk. In ig7J, he opcncd hii own 
jewrllcrrcompaEiyiisaDrBcrissighthaldBr. Lilp3S, 
he icgisfcred che niorto The Migif is in the Mike, 
which refrrrfd to Goldh^rgi's prrfereace to nitting; 
down gemi inordrc to ithievc the pcrfctt ciit.wlicrr 
mcfit woiild feir 3 Ica of wcigjit. The Willimi 
Goldbcrp brand has bccn jssodatrd wili aoinr of dir 
mcst renowned genisrones.notahly the 137.oa ce D 
Rjwlm!"Prtniifr Ro!f".dw-"GiiirM Star".im Sg.ol 
tt D FLawle» Shicld and the tire 5.II tt ■"Kcd 
Stiicid". W illiin Goldberf sho cut tbc io3_3; et 
"Beiugii". die laxi^: fla.v.'ie» ovji diamond in bisrar)' 
ind 1 75.51 ce D Incerrully Fliwle» Briolecte. The 
company ts fanious for che paKntcd Aslioka Cut. 
nimed ifter ^e enUg^itened jrd ccncury BC Indiin 
nilffr.Kinj; Ashcika-Willism Goldberg Co.ilso creaces 
jevcllrty tolLccrions.Williim Goldbetg p jjscd awiy 
in 1003. HÌ5 wiir Lih.5on SaLil.daQgJitcrEvc andsùn- 
in-law Barry Bcrg now head the company In z.006, 
liie City ofNewYort honored hij nicmory by oEFi- 
ciiliy n'ai^iinf 4Sth Scimi: Jt Filth Awnue," William 
GoIdberg'TOy". 

GRAFF 

GrifF wai founded in Hjtcon G-irden. Londicti. in 
i960 by Lawrence Gratti ind has gcown to bfcomf 
cne of the wocLdV leading jcwcUerj' uianiLfaccuieis 
and dcalcrs of the raitst ind tìncsc tsnis. Over dir 
ycar> Lauicnce GlafT bm handled moie iinportsni: 
gem ^uality diiniondi thin 3ny other de^er ind 
niany of thf worid's mosf faraoLis and creasuwd gfm- 
slones inckiding The Bcgum Biue, The Empetoc 
M33diniiim,Thc Hope of A&ica jndThe Idols E^r 
[n 1573 Graffbecamc che fiist jewellei to bc picient- 
cd wilh the Queen^ Av-icd to Induitiy ind Export. 
With t-wo hi rther Awards jn IJT? ^^d IpfliS- As a trcie 
diiDiond eoLTLpmy.wCiikmf ironì die cou^ dirou^ 
to die fimshfd produce. Griffnot only has oneaf die 
largesrficilitiei in the world Èi: polii hiag and CLitcing 
dijniond! m _fDhaniie3tiLii^, buf alio buys sources 
lou^h dijni^uids fcocn mine: ali acouad ihe wocLd. 
includinfjW tedio, Canada, Russia, South Africa and 
South Amen uà. ThiB has givrnGraft a Icading cdpe in 
the industri^ ind a nioie excluiiiic selce don o4~ die 
fincst sconci to offerhis chents woridwide.He is cor- 
sideccd 3 world le-adeiin ihe lùeldand one ofche niost 
li^^fkant forces in ihc luukec. Graf s UK £Laph^ 
sCQir on London^ pnrscigioiia Mcw Bojnd Street and 
the Sioine Scrcet boutique ha\'e coutiterpacn di 
around th* 'S'otld. ac location! mcluding Dubai, 
Geaera.Knwait. Hong Kong, Monte Callo. Mc4i:ou' 
and NfwYoik 

DE GRtSOGONO 

Following Cvrtnty^Tirs Vr'Difcingvvithtìii: woildls top 
jcwcUers, Fawai Grucii founded de Griiogono in 
iggj. After cejdinf ibout tic fsinous "Black Orlov" 
dijniond of iSo cariB, Mr Gniosi tccjrae :&!cinitcd 
with die luie of hUtk tliajuonth and decided to cicaCe 
a collection ot ha.iilff joaillcric - usiiig thcse seldomly 
uscd fienif as the tbtuj. In idditioE ro hij Innovitiu'e 
jeweb and a new coUecrion ofw3Cclies.de Grisogocio 
11 also known for creatuigoffigindobjrcte. mciudinp 
pavè-BCE Mack dun-iond mobile plicuiB and sunglsa- 
es. Locited on die tue du Bhonc, in GcRcva. Mr 
Griaosi^ jewellcry can alio he fourd in bis bouCiques 
in Gacaj.d, London and Rome. 



iAR 

jc=l [Arthut) RoBenlhd via born in NiwYoA City. 
He griLdua.ted in art hiitory fram Hnv^ià in 1966 
beloie nioving to Picii. He inicialLy worked in riie 
cihii icjdtiitiy, ind ihen opciied i needlepoint shop, 
■^vheic bis clicnta mcludcd Hermes and Valentino, and 
■^vhere hia wiark "wiCh miJci-coloiiied yama "wouid 
ha'vealjicingeffecton bis desifciis.After working witìi 
Bulgari. iaNewYaik. Ile icfurued Co Pitis and opencd 
1 shopinfhePlacfVendónic in 1977 ; his ini tids.JAR. 
the only source of identifica ti on or the fa^adc. Mr. 
BoKnthil Works witli his partner. Pietre Jcianct.to 
cceate esqiiisitejeft'cls.BupeibJy ctifled in uniquc set- 
cinp. His woik is meticulous ind iaiaginati^e. 
incotporiting stona in une.ipccced colour combina- 
tioES Only 70 tei SojBwcIs air cicaied cach ycir. for 
an escluaivc clientele. In Niivrmber 1587, in celebm- 
cion of his lotii atmii'erBary in Paris. Mr. Ecoenltd 
beld in exhibirion of his work ar the Naciond 
Acadcnii' of Draifp in Nca-York City. In Novcinbcr 
so 03, 1 retrospectTre of 400 je^^'els wu tield at the 
Gilbert CoHecfioji.Sonieuct House, in London. 

MAUBOUSSIN 

In 1837. Mr. Rocher iind liis coti! in, Bap oste Noury. 
estahiiihed 1 jewellwy shop in Piris whicti. bv 1850. 
had bccn cakcn ovet by Nouty, His nephew, Georges 
Maubonssin, joined the flrm, assuining conttol in 
iSgtì.in 1IJ21. the busincas was named 'Mauboiiain, 
Succcssenr de Noury', and latcr,simply'Miubounin'. 
The house of Maiibciiissln conliibuted to ali Ltjajor 
intemjtional eshibitionj in che tint hdf of Irhe zoch 
cencnry includinf Milan in 1523 and 1324: New York 
in 1:^34 ind il)39i ScraibouTg in 1(124: ind Paris in 
11J35. 1931 ind l!J37.Thfy were awatd*d the Gtatid 
Pmc at che 1535 Exposicion dm Aro Wcoralifs in 
Patis ind, fot his contcihudons to the world of jcw- 
eilecy. Georges Man ho uain wai awaided thc"Lcgion 
d'Honncur". The tirm opcned hrinchcs in London 
ind Buenos Aires which hivc SLibseqnently closed.In 
Oi^tobcc lii^. iiey opetied an office in Nevi' York. 
but foUoning the stock market crash less Cban one 
month latcr, a mcrger was negotiated wldi the 
American jewtUec. Trabert A: Hoeffer Trabert & 
Horffrrcook over the location and stock, and alljew- 
edery rstoiled under ttiis contractiA^ signed "Trabert 
!k Hoeffei Inc.— Mauboiiasin".This igicemenc lasted 
untUthe l[)jos. In 3002. Dominique Fièmont.i S^iss 
businrasraan, acqiiircd a majority of Éic firm vtitii 
Patrick Maubonssin reniaining involved in the cre- 
ition of the jcwellery.The tiimis ojirenliy located at 
zo . Pi ac e Vendo me. 

MOUAWAD 

The ptKtisjous firm ofMcsiawadwjs founded in iSgo 
whcn David Mouiwad.grandfathet ofthc CLirrenthead, 
Robert, opencd his "«oikshop in Beirut. Lebanon. 
Davida sou.Fjjcz.bioLLdcued die businc» byme^'ing lo 
Saudi Arabia in 1930. The Èimi^ dcvdopincnf is due 
mnin ly co thedjmmism of FayiV son, Robert, and dfie 
mvjlLijblc contribntion o£ hia sona. Fred, Alain and 
Paacal. Mr Moua'wad^ choice of ortuls and crafomen 
has enabled hiin to create misteipieces worthycf toyd- 
ty such li che jcwclied Bcnsd praenCed hiy the 
diploraatic community to thenewEmperorofJapanin 
icjg3 Above ali, howewr, he is renowned for hfrvina; 
handled and owned some of the worldi gicatest dia- 
uionti.lucludinp the Indole ftuii. die Tajior-B urto n. 
chele Kjchenko. and tiiemany fine diamonds named by 
him.TTie £in::i of Mouawid eitends ioni die Middle 
Eoit to d]e inainje\^cllecv certies ol Antv^Tcp, Geneva. 
London.Hev.¥orl(,Par[! jnd die F-jr Eiiit 



PIAGET 

Georges Piaget cslahlii^d hù workshop in 1874 at Li 
Còtc-aLii-^écs. Smitzerland. He specidised in lever 
acipements bccoie his rapidly ^^vinf; com.pany 
becinic 1 manu&ccuier. Supplier of watch mo^ementi 
to manywcirld-famoua branda. Chr fjmily mtiodnccd 
watchei under ili ownname in die la.te ig+oa.laimch- 
inf( the brand vorld-wide in 1^57. ind opening the 
first diowiooui at 40 tue du Rbine. Gencui.in 19)5, 
Piaget rapldly became che jpcciahsc oi che world^ 
thinncjt watches. creacing thetn eKchisiiicly in gold 
and platinLun. many cnriched by predous stona, 
Pioneei ofthc sttme did in i^Oj.Piaigetisiegarded ai 
1 synonym for innovadon in che lujniry watch btiii- 
ncss. Since igas.when Piigecjoincd dnc VendSme 
Lu3L"iry Group, the company haa upheld and conaoh- 
datcd Ita poaition as nnc af the rnain plajTra in the 
field of top clan horology, is well as jcwellery. 

PRINCEDIMITRI 

Pnnce Dimicn ofYiigraU-ia grcw up in Veraailln, 
deacended froin i Iona; line of Euiopcan royal ^mu- 
Les His interest in geras andjewellery wu sparkcd 
earl)iwhen his patecnd grindraother. Princeis Olga 
of Gteece and Dennurk. related first-hand che leg- 
endarv je^'ellerv collection of lier niothet and 
grand nioriiet. the Grand Dutheaes Helcn 
Vladlniirjvni ind .Maria Pivlovna of Russia. 
Following a 17 year career ivich die aucrions in New 
Ytirk, Prince Dimitri launchcd his tìnt collcction in 
1599. which wai succcssfiidy sold at Barney^, 
aerplorfGDDdman.Neunan Maicua and Saia Fifch 
Avenue. In 300S. he ind his busines piccncr.Todd 
Morley.opKicd aprivate salonaf 5 Easc J7th Street in 
Ne^i'York oaerlnguniquejewels designed by Pruice 
DLinicri himself. 

REPOSSI 

Alberto Bep osi. 1 third generation jewcller, was born 
inTurin. His gcandfather, G. Pietro Repcssi, founded 
the family businc» in IJ^^^. and [cn yean latei hia 
fatlier. Constantino. opened the faniily^ first ahop in 
Tuiiin.oa viaLagrange.Albettobegin bis career at tbe 
age of ly. when, ao^on^anied by a cuCter froin bis 
father's factory, he cravclicd around the wodd in 
seirch of preciouj stones He opcned his flnc tou- 
rique at die Hernulagc in Monte Carlo in 1970. 
Rcpi»BÌi success allowcd hiiii to open severa] nes* 
Stores, including a second one in Monte Cirio ic die 
Hòcel de Piris, one ic the Place Vcndàme in Paris, as 
wed js many repre senta ti"vn ali over the wiorld. 
Repossi was made otHcial purwyoi co H.R H. Prmce 
Rdnicr of Monaco in 1990, in which cipidty licwis 
chcscn as Ùic o£cid supphei of the presenti for the 
7onth Anniversar^'of tbe Grimaldi^ Dynastj'in 1957. 
Alberto^ daughtec Gali, is heirca to t±ic maison, and 
aboAiristic Director. 

SA B BAD INI 

Lacaced it 6. Via Mantenapoleone m Milan, 
Sdbbadini has heen a successftil family busineis for 
scvetai generatiom. Following in the foobtcp his 
fathec Bruno. Albet lo Sabbadini, diepresidentis cui- 
tently assistcd by his wiffe Strtania, and his son, 
Pierandrca. In addition to being an esperc in dia- 
inonds and colouted stone«. Sibbadini design: hia 
own jewellety He Is wrll-known for his line of cali- 
bré-cut ruby sappbire and ycUow sapphire jcwellery 
which was cceated in l^Sé.particuIirly tìie bumbJe 
bee desifp. Besides their oftices inMilan.the compa- 
ny also his a lister firra at jStj Fifftì Avenue in New 
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SCHLUMBBtGER 

JcuEi Szhlumbcrgci wasljoiii in 1907 in MulhoLuciii 
(ìk- GciQun-tonlioLLniAlaatr.intQ i faijiilyot'trstile 
indili criiL il n, Prrterring irr to Kirilcs.his Eìnc jtw- 
cllcry CKicioES werc cliini flowcia niounwd as clipj 
"which he ga^ lo hisfncnds.Thry cau^l: the atten- 
bcn of che couCuncre Elsa SctiiapaieUi wrhc 
commijsioncd Schlumbfrfipr todtsifflicosniiiK jcw- 
cllcry. Aftcì scrving in Ùk Acmy md thcn tbc Fret 
ftcnch Foircs.hc set iip worlnhop! ^ath his bii!Lnf!! 
partner. Nicolas Bongird. in NfwYbrk: and Paru. Io 
igjC, Walter Hovijjg. die ncw tliaiijniit ofTiiFany & 
Co.i biuii^t ScUumbcr^^ into thr £iim u a vice 
prcndcnt. He liso iir/ited ScKlumbei^c co suiup tis 
cmtic<ni wkh hii aiTcx. tb: £n t daiofia to bc ^^n 
this ptiviJcpe in 19S1. the Wildenatein GaLlrry in 
New Volt bcld au eshibition cf his jcwcUery ind 
objeo d'jTt.ThiVirginii Mnscumof Fint- Arb hu ot: 
pcrmmenti^diibitaselcctton ofhij jfweb indtanli- 
ly objfcB on loin froni Mr. ard Mrs. PaLiJ McUoti 
_^3n Sfhlumhcrgfr dicd ir 1587. and his crrafiùn! 
condrale to bc offeicd by Tiflajiy ik Co. 

TIFFANY&CO. 

On Sfpt^mbpr 3I. 1837. CharW Lewis Titfiny and 
^^n P.Young opened 2 srarionfry and farcy good! 
stoie tiicnvn 33 litYany ik Young iC j.}^ Btoadway in 
Nctt'ì&ikCicy.Widiin tcn^can.jcwdlcry ind jilvrr 
itcni! wcrc addcd te the ir s teck. By l833,TifEiiiy had 
sssLitncd complete owncrship of the husinca and the 
naiinc 'hascbangcd toTiSany & Co. During ihe lllth 
cenlury desifprrs such ja Edwaid C MciDte and G 
PaLilding Farnhain.aiweil a renc<waed genimolo^iit 
Georp Frcderkfc Knt:z. propelled TUiny &: Co. to 
thf [orelront ai thf inrerrarjonjl jtwfllery world 
From igo7, thf Cren mjnufufturfd ond soldrhejew- 
cllery deiigni of Louis Comfort TifFany. K-n of die 
ÈMiuder, Upou taking C'^r the imnagejiienC of 
Tiffiny & Co in l9ji5,Waicci Hcwirifr invicrd severa! 
tilcEtcd draifpcrs tojoin dir ErraA-nono; theni wcre 
Jran Schlurnber^t and Docild Ckflin. ki 1974.. tbcy 
a.dded Elsa Peretd as ati cxclusifc designer. tolliTwed 
by Pjloma Picasso in lijSo. In 11J79, Avon Produiro 
purchjsed Tiffiny A: Co. After the nianigpMiifnt-ied 
buyout ofTiflany m iu94,headed hy thf e chairiTun 
WillianiR Chatiey.ind a Fuccessfiilpiihhc oEfering ot 
stoctiu lpS7.the company bassLiccessiLilLy cxpanded 
into kcy domndc and intcciutionil maikcli, Today 
tìiry concise niore than loo locaticins worldwidc. 

MICHElf DEliAVALLf 

Michele della Valle, whc. was botn in Ronw. bcgin 
desi^nijig iroitLitneJeweileryaC die a^ of 16, Durlng 1 
trip to Burnii in 1576. dcUi Valle purchaied bis fusi 
Btone and on che advice ot trifads, he shoised it to 
Roger Varecme, die lefcndari'stcìne fiale r.who suggcst- 
cd that he uke the gem ro Chrisnc^. His mcering miii 
Hans Nadelholifer, wbo was mailing the jevirllery 
dcpirtnient Jtch: dme. wis the motiva óngfKtorwhich 
conrribnced lo che sigfiifieatif dcvekpmenc cf della 
Vallea career oa a precioiia alDiie dealer Dndjrwellery 
dcsignec.ln IJr^S.hc workcdfoc aycar al Rintjcwellen 
inViaìÈneco.Hotiic.wliich wjs then die representadve 
of Harry'Winscon.In igTfl.delIiVallc open ed his own 
workshop inRonie^ Piazza diSpaopa and bfpn rravel- 
ling regularly co Asia in SMii:h of preciom sconta. ThLs 
"Wiis the b^intiing ot'a i:t:ilkboi:arion witbBul§^i on 
Epecial ordetsandliisiccognitLoiia: anew desigjierbya 
dientclecifdlniitus and opera sitigers dirou^ojtlcaly. 
In 19S7. be movrd to Geneva and developed a line o{ 
jcwellcTy elicti now beara iiia nainc^ 



VANCLEEFftARPELS 

The history □£ the famous Faiisian jewcUcry hoDsc 
bcgan in 1396 wiih the- aiarirkge uf Ei celle Arp eli lo 
Alfred Vari Cleef.Tie company Vi^as founded in 11)06 
bj' Alfred andhisbrother-in law. Charles Arpels a tzs, 
PlaceVendSrae.JuhenAipEiajoincd the fmuly h jai- 
nrm ia ipoS, and Louis Arpch in 1913 Tic dcaign 
colliborition between René Sim Laeaze and Prné 
Pliìs sani, die daufiicei ofEsfelleAipelsandAIlicdVan 
CJeef.begm in 1<J3Ó. niarking tbe start of twodecades 
oi" highly creative draipi 1^ ihe [ìrm. The oldfst srm 
of Julicn Arpels. Claude, join ed in ig^i, ibllowed by 
his brothcrs Jacques and Pierre in 19]( and i944.An 
American boutique vrjs opened by Claude in 
RockefeUer Center in New York in igj^.soon relo- 
catmg tei ia detinirivc addxes ac 744 PiithAvciiue, jnd 
the fuse of sls bouliques In the US loday.Thr IJjns 
uw' jonK of ile con-^inyi rnosc iconie desifp!; the 
house^ irguable tridemaik, die Mystery Setling - 
where the mountbig ot che getnscones Ì5 cleveriy tud- 
dcn behind che contintious callbré-ciit ruby and 
sapphite surfate of daejewcl - wai invenCed iti iP3j. 
and the concepì of die Minaudièir-made- in hciitoLir 
of Rorenee Jay Gould, wai ijivcntcd in 1930 by 
Charles j^rpels, The versatile 'Pissc Par rout' ranfie was 
al^o dcvrloped ac hhii time En tbe FolIcTwiug decadrà, 
the firm uphrld in reputadon fo[ inncwation with the 
jnowflake jeweb of the 194CB, che zip necklace of the 
liijos. the bidet jewels of the i<16os and iheAlhambra 
cheme of che ig7CB The B/)ut!qut De; Meurn vjsi 
inaugurated iti 137:1. co houw- tht nrw watch dHigps 
liunched by Pierre Arp e Ls.Ttxl^y.Vjn Geet'it Atpds 
ii pitC of ihc Richcniont Group wilh rucire ihan 41 
boiiciques aioLmd che n-orld. 

VERDURA 

Fuko Santojlefano della Cerda. Duke ofVeiduri. 
movcd fiom his aatrive Palcrnao to Paris in Ijjió, 
whete he hegin working with Ceco Chanci, inicillly 
.is a ccirilc designer, and cvcntualiy as head jewcUcry 
designer. After iclo e a dng ro the United State in 1937, 
tic tDok a posiciopn js designer a: Piui FlalD^jev.cllcry 
establishment. Arse in Nc«' York, drien in Caiifomii, 
He remained witìi Fiate; fbrfwoj-eais before opening 
his own ssìcti in 1539 ac 713 Fifdi Avenuf and a ssc- 
ond. in 1547. in Paris on me Boisy d'Anglss Hii 
jevrellery feaCuxcd gold mountinp widi preciiius and 
semi -pre e io US stones. a bold under laltitag it the dmc 
when platinum ■«•as the mcacpopulir metal. In 1973. 
Verdun sold the businca to his affloeiitc, loseph G 
Alfano, and re tircd to London, liring ihcrc until his 
dea ih in 197B In lpa;.EdwardJ, Landrigin puichased 
Verdun, Inc. md cjcablished a sal-m ic 745 Fifdi 
Avcnue. wherc he continue! co produce line jewels 
trcini Verdura '5 originai drai,¥uipp la a manaer consis- 
centwitli the Diikei iradilion 

HARRYWINSTON 

Prora in carly age, Harr^' Winston (iflijtì-liVTS) had a 
legendarj' cyc for gfni! He bougjric his firscemerild ic 
che age of eighl;. ajid Arube-ila HuntingclontjeweliGcy 
collcclion at dicbcguniingcifJiii cjiTCT.At iheago of 
24. he opened his fini bi.iJÌncK in New Vodc City, 
knonn as ihe Freniier Diamond Company, In igia., 
he tstahUshed anothfr cotnpsny under his own nani« 
and bea^n lo maniifacciire jemellery. Winstoji was 
responsible for die CLitdng ot iLich fam.ous diamcinds 
as die Jcnltei. die Tiylor-Emton. the Star of Sierra. 
Leene, and the Vargas. He donaced chree importane 
diamonds to che Sniithsonian: Ttie Hope, the 
Oppenhenner and the Por tnasse. 



Ey Ak ig^cE, Wìnston wii acknowledged as che 
"King of Diamond", owning acone cime oranodier 
aa many ai one-hhird of ali Chr Famoua diainonda in 
die world. In l^tìi che ccaipany mowd fconi 7 Easc 
Fit'ty-Finr Street to ib presene location ac 7I8 Fifch 
Avenue. With his deidiiu liWtì.Winston w-as succeed- 
ed by his son, flonald. noro the chainiian ot the 
cnnipany. "ft'ho contmucs his father^ ttidirion of 
ofEcring''RireJcwel5 of tbe World", die firmi molto 
for many yeaxs.The firni cicifed a wafch deparlnicnl, 
'"Hie Ultimare Tiniepiecc" in igSg.and che same-^feir 
opened a salcn in Tokyo and one or: Rodeo Drive in 
Bcwrriy Hilh a year liier Today dicy havc iocadons in 
Dubai, Londiin, Pana, lad diioughout NorCh 
Americi. Ir 2004. Aber Diamond Corp. icquired a 
concrolling interest in Harr^'Winston Inc. buying die 
company in full in 300S. 

RAYMOND YARD 

Raymond C Yard hegan his career as a door boy ac 
Marcus Si Co, in 19p3. rising to salesnian and then 
general manager. With the encouragementof John D, 
Eockefeller Jr, he openeJ his ov.'n lalon al 533 Fifth 
Avenue in igai, serving many prorainenc fannlies in 
New York. Sirice cheti, the fieni has moved fivc cùnei, 
ahv-iys rcmaining on Fifth Avcnue. In 1 538, when Yard 
died.die finii was caken over by his ass ci aera, Ro bere 
Gibson, Donald Birtow and Gicn McQu-skcr. Upon 
die rccirenient of flitlow ind McQuakcr. Gibson 
assunied Icidecship of die conipiny. In IpS). his son 
Ibberr M Giboon became associaced with ite lirm, 
lalet to bcconie presidenl uponhb t'itheri reciremert. 



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COLOURLESS DIAMOND INDEX 



LOT 


COLOUR 


CLARtTY 




WEIGMT 


CUT 


ll^tì 


l'J 


FLiw 


cisType [L\ 


30..S2 


recc;inpiilar 


163 


D 


IntL'rnally Flawlcss 


30.70 


pear 


122 


D 


Inter niilly 


Flawiess 


LO. IO 


reLtangLiIar 


124 


D 


Inter 


nal ly 


FhìwlessType Ila 


7-54 


peiir 


1^3 


D 


Internally FLìwtess 


S-97 


pear 




D 


Internili ly 


Flawiess 


S.'SZ 


pea:r 




D 


Intt'r 


nai ly 


Flawiess 


3. 03 


peiir 




D 


Internally Fkwless 


3.01 


pcbir 


121 


]') 


VV5 


1 Pot 


cn rial 


7.00 


marquise 


57 


D 


WS 


zTyp 


II 


3-71 


brilliaiit 


gs 


D 


VA'S 


2 




1.08 


biiUiunt 


174 


D 


VSi 


PotetmalType (Li 


2046 


reLTiingiilir 


]g+ 


D 


VS2. 






y.gi 


nurquis t' 


12 


D 


VS2 






7- h 


pear 


13 


D 


VÌ2 






3.04 


brililiant 


97 


E 


WS 






1..S.Ì 


hrillliaiic 


yy 


E 


VS3 






1.71 


pear 




F 


VSz 






L._i3 


pear 


^ì 


£ 


SI] 






2.07 


rect^ingular 




F 


sii 






2.01 


recrangulir 


161 


F 


Sh 






a.oj7 


ovai 


41 


F 


VS2 






L.20 


octagpnal 




C 


SI 2 






t.iy 


octiigonal 


135 


G 


VSi 






10 .41 


pear 


f^7 


c; 


VSi 


/VS 


/VS2 


3.07 / L.OL / 1.00 


brillLmt 


192 


H 


VSl 






^■i7 


princess 




H 


VS 1 






5-47 


p l'ine e55 


171 


I 


VSl 






10.22 


recc;ingiilar 


167 


l 


VSl 






6. 3 a 


brìlliaiit 




1 


VS2 






O.lS 


biillianC 


liJO* 


!-J 


VS 






26..5y 


recrangiilar 


lOì 


J 


VSl 






ft.S7 


brìlliaiir 


10«j 


M 


SI 2 






l4,0*"i 


briliiiuit 




M 


SI 2 






14. OS 


briliiiUiC 



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LOT 


WErGHT 


COLOUR 


CLARITY 




CUT 


lyy 


3.ia 


Faiicy Cr=iy-Blue 


VS 1 




Lushion 


178 


5-5J 


Fiimy Pink T^^e Un 






recrangnl.ir 


15+ 


20.02 


Fanfv Vivid Yellow 


SI2 




ovai 


137 


S7.0:i 


Fancy Intense Yellow 


VVS:ì 




rectangiilar 


13^ 


Lì-.ì'J 


Fancy IiiteiiseYeilow 


VVSi Po; 


:entiiil 


rectan^iiLir 


8y 


L..S1 


Faiicy IiiteiiseYellow 






hejrr 




l._ì2 


F 


VSi 




hearc 


136 


iS.ys 


FaiKy Yelìow 


VSi 




squLiie 




iy.47 


Fancy Yeilcw 


VSl 




squaie 


12H 


2.62 


Fam-y Brown-Pink 


WS i 




hniikinc 




3.Ì2 


FanfvYeUinw 


In remai ly 


FlLiwlesi 


hrillianr 


J^ 


6.61 


Filler Browii-YeLlow 






pear 




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CONVERSION CHAR" 



RINGSIZE 



MEASUREMENTS 



AMERICAN 


FREP4CH/JAPANE5E 


EMGLISH 


METRIC 


V2 





A 


.Ì7.S2Ì2 


■ 


— 


A'- 


.1«4^37 


1 


— 


B 


39.0ZZ2 


l''i 


— 


B': 


39-Ù207 


ll'b 


— 


C 


40.211JZ 


iNi 


— 


C; 


40.8177 


2 


] 


D 


4i4if33 


Z'A 


2 


D': 


42.0147 


l'A 


— 


E 


42.6132 


2% 


ì 


E'-2 


43-^117 


ì 


4 


F 


43.^102 


V/^ 


— 


F'-: 


4440^7 


l''' 


■i 


G 


4VOO72 


3'- 


— 


G': 


45.ÙOS7 


3-V- 


6 


H 


46.2042 


4 


— 


H'.: 


46. «027 


4"4 


7 


I 


474012 


4'.-. 


'■i 


1'- 


+7 9997 


+'■ 


— 


I 


48.5982 


i 


') 


V2 


49.1967 


sVJ 


10 


K 


49.7952 


? ■"- 


— 


K'.- 


^0-3937 


sNj 


11 


L 


S0.i^922 


(1 


— 


L': 


^1.5907 


6'-'4 


12 


M 


J2.IS92 


6'/H 


n 


M'':^ 


52.7S77 


6!-4 


— 


N 


ij.46tìci 


7 


14 


N': 


^4.1044 


7 


i-i 





.^.74:^8 


7!'. 


— 


O' :: 


5v38i2 


7!^ 


Ki 


V 


56.0136 


7% 


— 


P': 


56.6580 


B 


'7 


Q 


57.23G4 


8'-. 


iS 


Q'- 


.^7-934S 


H!-'. 


— 


R 


5a-5-32 


rA 


l'-j 


R'- 


sy.2ii& 


9 


10 


s 


59.8500 


l>'m 


— 


S': 


60.4884 


&'/. 


ZI 


T 


61.1268 


9^4 


12 


T'_' 


61.7Ó52 


10 


— 


U 


624026 


loVi 


^ì 


U'-: 


6.1.0420 


loVj 


^ + 


V 


6^.6804 


loJs 




v- 


64.31SÌS 


11 


-i 


w 


64.8774 


ji'. j 


— 


W^-7 


'^'.Ì4?59 


11"; 


:;6 


X 


66.0744 


ji^ 


— 


X'-: 


66.C729 


IJL 


— 


Y 


67-2714 


oW. 


— 


Y'- 


67.SÙ59 


I2l-'; 


— 


z 


68.46S4 



IMCHE5 


CM 




1 




7, 


1 






3 




4 


2 


> 




6 




7 


3 


y 




9 


4 


10 




11 




12 


s 


13 




1+ 




i> 


6 




16 




17 


7 


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DIAMONDS . THE4C'S 



Cut 




Marquise 



Emerald 



Colour (G.i.A.) 



cF\ -^ 



DE FGH I J KLMNOP 

Blue k-e Fine Top Com- Top Silver 5ìI\'CT Light Cape Cape 

White White White White '^°^-. , ?^^. Cape 

merti.al White '^ 

White 



Q S -Z 

Dark Cape 



Clarity (g.i.a.) 



P^ 



w 



M Ih 

Fi.awies 





nclusions 



Carat 






0,01 carai 


0.02 carai 


0.03 carat 


0.05 carat 


0.10 cara; 


0.1 5 carat 


0,20 carat 


0,25 caral 


1,35 mm 


1.70 mm 


2.00 mm 


2. 40 mm 


3.00 mm 


3.40 mm 


3,30 mm 


4,10 mm 



.<sk 



0.30 carat 0.40 carat O.iOcarart 0.75 carat 1_00 carat 2.00 carat 3 OD carat 4 00 carat 

4,40 mm 4.70 mm 5.00 mm 5.30 mm 6.50 mm B.20 mm 9,50 mm 10.50 mm 



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IMPORTANT NOTICES AND EXPLANATION OF 
CATALOGUING PRACTICE 



IMPORTANT NOTICE5 

CHRISTIE'S INTEREST IN PROPERTY 
CONSlCiNBD FORAUCTtOM 

From timo- co cmK-. ChrisLf^ msy offc-r i lot whlrh it 
owns in ■wholf or in parr. Such propsrty a idtnfititd 
m tljc tiialcguc with the sya"jtfl il ncxx to ib lot 
nuratirt 

Oh oecasion. Chrutie'i has a dirrcc tìnuiciol incerrsc in 
lob consi^cd Eor sile.which may inciud: ij^iuruiteein^ 
1 miniiniim prie? or m alrir g; an advancf co irh* 
conidp."]tir thatis sctLircd lolcly by toruipccd propc: ty 
Siich propcrtyis idfnrificd ir ihrcicalfigiif wich the 
symbol " ntst lo the iot num.bei.T]iis ^ymb■::'l will bc 
iisod both in casca "ft-hcir Cluislric^ hoLda ile fiiianiiial 
inlcKsc cu ib own.and ir cucì wlieie Chrisrir"! hu 
tinancsd ali or pari of sii^h inCfTMtthroiigh rhird 
puciei. Wkcjj 1 tìiiid party agtres lo tinancc di or pai t 
ofChrbtirt interratili j lor.ictakrs on ali orparrof tiic- 
list of ite loLnciC brinf^ H^ld, and will bc rrmuncnccd 
in ixchangc toc a^ccpting thij riik. The third party may 
also l^id forchf 1m Wiiere icdfws io.and is die siiccessllil 
biddei. ihe tciuimeridon iiu,y be neCtcd agaiml the t'inai 
purchasc pricc. If the loris nocsold, tiie chird party may 
incLii a Lc5!, Whenr Chiiitic^ hai in csvneijLip or 
fijuncial intereit in eveij' Iot in ifae eatilogue. Ckriitiei 
will noi designate eich Iot wich a s^ibol. butwill state 
iti Lntertsticthf front .:-f rhi? L-3tal.:ii;iit 

ALL DIMEN5IDNS ARE APPRDXIMATE 

COMDtTlOM REPORTS 

Cbnsde'a c:LI:jdopj.ifa include irclrrencea to condition 
only in descripcictis ot multiple 'vrorìts (nich as prinQ. 
booksand wine] For ali olkfrpropsrcji onLy alteraDons 
oi refJacaiient componcncs axe listcd, Fleaie contact 
the SpedaliscDepartmcatfoi' i condition icport oa a 
picricuUi loc. 

Condicion rrports aie pravidcd as a scrvicc a 
iatn:esled cLicnB. PrmpKcivc bujeis should note that 
deKripdons ofproperty are notwarrantics and lial 
eaeh bt ii s^lJ "'ai W 

PROPERTY INCORPORATIMG MATERIALS 
FRDM EMDANGERED SPECIE5 

An esporr he enee issued by ctieDeputnic-ntot'drie 
Em'ircnnaent "Will bc leqiiirrd É:>i clic export ùf any 
itcmmade df orircorporatinp (iirejpcctwe o±" 
percenHge] aninal materid such u ivory.whdfbons, 
tortoiscshelbrhino ceree hom ere , ind tìiis niiy rike iip 
toei^tvTcks to obtain. Clienti axcadvdsed to t:het:k 
with che repjliting body in (he country of ia^oreacion 
icf^rdmg any p^aable mtricticMia on the uupurtatinn 
of itemi ivithin thii eacegoiy — some eountries hjwe in 
absolut* han on ths importicion ofcertain mate rida. 
Foi otamplc, die U.S.gciietally piohibiB che impoiti- 
tion of irticlei containin.£i species that it has d<3i^a,ted 
as codanpprrd crr Cluritcìied if chasearticlcsair less 
tian loo yean of age. 



REGARDING COLO UREO STDME^ 
Pi-jipcctive buyets ite leniinded chic inany coloLiced 
ùjenucoiio hivc hiscorically becn tieited to enhince 
dieir apprarancc. Certain cnbauccnLcnt mecliads.sucb 
13 heatitig.iie conimonly used ro irnpiow bothcolour 
oi cia.nspirency,p3idcul;^ly in [i.ibies and sipphkcs. 
Other methcds.snch as oiling^cnhancc rhe dariry of 
eiiiecilds.Thrae nicthods hi\r bcen gcnccaliy accrptrd 
bj' ile internacionaljcwehery fiade.ALfhough beat 
fnhanwmfnt ot colour iiwidely behfwd lo be 
petimnent.it nuy havc ionie impactcfli the durabilità' 
ol die ffmstonc and special care of the stane may bc 
tequiied ovei Djne. Fot ejCLmpIe.gcnutones which havc 
beenoiled mivce^uire ce-oiling; after ipeciod ofycars 

Ir is Christic's pohcy to obtiin fermino logie al Kports 
tmni ìntEraationalLv ceccujiLiaed ^mmoLogLcaJ 
labc^^ioriei deicribinf certain ^mstones sold by 
Chris nei. The luaiiabihty of such repcra willbe 
diicloied in die cifdoftue. Repocb tioniAnieiican 
gfnmioIogicallaboraccTÌesused b)'Chrisliei will 
disclose any heat cnbancement or treatnunc.ELvropean 
jiemmo lo ficai laboraDnry reporcs will disclose beat 
etihancement only ifspecLScally icquestcd bLit will 
confirm whcn no beat enbancemenc or crcicnient hai 
bcen made. BeciLiie of v^iaiii^us in Lppronch ind 
technolc^y dicre may notbe conicnsui anic^ng^ 
laboraborics aa t* ^shcthcr anyparticular gcmstone bja 
been treated.che ex cene of treatment and wbe tber 



treatment is p( 
Itis notieasibleforChriiCie's to obtiin a gjemmologjcd 
reporcfor each gemsloiie ofTered bv Christiei. 
Pi:>;jipectivebi.<>eti ihoi-ild be awaie that di ^niitonei 
iniy bave been enhinced by Mme meihod.For fucthet 
dctiila, prosprcDs'c biiyrri in the United States are 
cefccred to d:c infocmition chart piepited by the 
Gemstone 5 Stitidardj Conimiffiion.available in the 
vicwiug area. Prcapcc rive buycrs may tcqiicst labori tory 
tcpoin foranyiinccrcifiediCcni ifrequcsts aie tnade it 
leajc dirce wecki befocc die schediilcd date of auccicfli 
Thia serviceli ai] b^ect to prepaynient bv the rK|iiriting 
party, 

BFcaiiseenhancrmmtaiFrcli market vaine. Chcistiei 
estimate! will reflecC the intórniation discloied in i 
tcpott or, it no rcport is avdlablc.rhc assiiniption tbsc 
§!;euutotics miy hiivc been cuhanced. 
ConditicinrcporR are usudlv aiailable far ali lon iipon 
coquest and Chriscic's ipec ialini will ìk happy to auiv-iri 
anyqucsòons. 



TO PROSPETTIVE BUYERS DF CLOCKS 
AND WATCHE5 

The drarription of tbc cotidirion cif clocks and 
watctin in chii c^atalo^ue. ine ludiugr eterea ces te 
defecti ind repain, is pnvided as a service to 
piospective bjyers. but such descripCion is not 
necessarily complete.While Chrisoe's will fiirmsh a 
con di tion tepori on anylot lo aptospecdvc 
purchjser iipon re^ji-iest, any suchrqjortma^'dso be 
inconiplece and may noi spccify ali niechaoicd 
replacementi ocde&cO.Accordingly.illckicltB acid 
waccbfs shcoild be viewed personolly by proijiecriw 
buycis to cvalu:ite die ccnditioii of the property 
offered for sale. Ali lots are sold "as is." and the 
abscaice of any refetence to die ccndition ofa doclt 
ot walch docinotimply diatdie Iot b in ^pod 
conditicn and wiEhout delects,reptìira or reiDDra- 
tians.VirtLially ali clocks and watches bave been 
rcpaiced in the coucsc of dieir ncmnd usefuUilcdine 
and may now incorporate pare not originai to ihrm. 
FurtliemiorcChristicV niakcs no irprtsrntation or 
warranty diaC iny clock or witch il in working 
otder As collectots'watcbes otten conrain eirteniely 
fine and coiaiplex methanisini. buyers sLould be 
aware that a generd service, chance c)fb.3tten' ot 
llitthcr tcpjix work.ibi which die buyrtii soiely 
tesponiible.may be necesiiry. 

REGARDINGTHE SALE OF MATERIAL 
FHOM ENDAMGERED SPECIE^ 

Prospecdvc putchasets are adviaed tlialsevctal 
ùountrira probibit die importstion ofproperty 
containinfl; malerial^ &otti cndangercd species, 
includine but not limited to coral,i\'orTi'and 
tortoiseshell Accordirgjy.prospective piirchosets 
ihould fimilhrijr (henuelvci with relevant custonis 
regulatians prior lo biddingil thcy inrend toiiupcirt 
riniilolinto anofher country, [n thij catalogne, such 
je"wcllei"y hai been □la.cked "with two aitcìrJaks (**J ss 
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IMPORTAMI NOTICES AND EXPLANATION OF 
CATALOGUING PRACTICE 



«EGARDING ESTtWlATED WEEGHTS 

Ccitoin w-i^b in rhc catiki^Lic hiyz bcrn ratinulcd 
liirough mMiuicnKnt.TlKK tlguics an: co be uscd u 
apprtncimatc p^udciinca andshouldniiilibEiclJcd upoa 

REGARDING IMPORTATIONOF WATCHES 

IIMTO THE US 

Pcospecri'vp biiyersihfinldheavuirf- dit clif iniportation 
ofRolc-*:wat[hra into thr Uniccd Stato iihi^ily 
icjtrictrd.Thcse witclits miy notbt ihippcd iato the 
USAand fanoniy be importcd pcnoniUy Gcnfrally.j 
buyer day import unLy onc ■«acch into ttic USA. In 
1^ catilopjcthesc watchcs have t-ecn nuikcd wlth a 
*. 

Icis tfac biiycr'srcsponsihility m dctrmiine whcrhcr 
tticrc are airy iti^ort i est: ic dona and tu tompiy with 
ladi rc! [rie f ioni. The fjili.ire by Chriscirt ro m^k 3 Loc 
wirh l 't' shiUnotcoctcituce ground: (oreKÌnd or 
caiLce-i a sale. For Ear ttier miorniiticiiL pleaie contact: ciLir 
specialisti in dilige of the- ole. 



NOTICE REGARDING BURME5E 5TDNE5 
Itcìiu whi^h ccintaiu rubi» cirjadeire origiiudn^; in 
Burnii (Myjiimir) rniy noe be- imporced inco die U.S. 
Aia ccmvcnicDCf co oiirbiddera."wif htive mjrked clicse 
lotewlth*P Please be adviied thatapun-haw-cV 
inability to import any nich itera info che U.S. or jny 
otiier country shillniiccomtin.TOr grouncfc foroon- 
paymenc or cancelLation ci ±le mIp. 
"Wich respett lo iteras diat tontiin any L:idiei typci of 
gcdutcìnei origiiLiting in Bucina [e.g..upphica),iuck 
itcnis ma^'bc imporccd inm the U.S.,pri3vidcd thit che 
gcmstones bave hccn niounted or inccrpoiaced inco 
jewelleiy oli Iside otBunrLiind provided ttiat the 
secring; i^ not ot a cenipcTjrv' njcuce- [e fi..i siringi. 
CATALOGUE EXCHANGE RATE; 
USu =SFrl 2} 
«1 -SFri.yj 

Tlie rate of eitchan^ vina eit-obiiilied ic tlie itite^t 
[caccical dj.ce pcior co che prindng of the cacdogue jnd 
ui^v therEloiF bave cban^rd bv che cime oF die sale. 
Bidden shoiild beai in iiiind zhsz eiriniitei are prepiced 



well in adwmce d the sale jnd i 

irr.ubjec 



^ noe dftinidvc.Thev 



FOR JEWELLERV 

Tecnu uied in chi: catdcgue bave die 
ascribcd to chein belovv. Picare note diat ali sc^teinenb 
it] ùiii cstalo^ie u co Auchonhip are iiu.de subjeot co 
cbe prcvùions of dir CONDITION i OP S.^LE cmd 
LIMITED WARRAMTY 

JEVUELLERS IN THETITLE 

1 . By BoLcheion 

^Hien iiukei^s njine appeac; in C]ie titLe.in Chriitiei 
qualided opinion ic is b",' [bjcmiker. 

JEVUELLERS BENEATHTHE DE5CRIPTIDN 

2. Signcd Bciicberon 

Ha lignicure which in ChristieS qualified opinion a 

aiichenCLi: 

3.Wirh iniikcr^smarkfbrBDDciieran 

Hai amark denotine ^ im.kerwhii.'h in CbcìitieV 

quaiifled opinion is auchenck 

+. Bv BoLichercpn 

Id Chris ti r'i qualitied i:ipiuÌDn che ctjett ii by die 

jrwirller dlhough unsipied. 

I.Moimtcd byBonchcron 

In Chriscif^ qualiO*d opinicin che-sftnnf;has bfsn 

cicated by djejewellcr usinpstoncs oiipiiully stipplied 

by thejewclLcri tlicnt. 

6. Monne only by Boiichf con 

In CiirLSCir^4^ual[£icd opiniDn the tnountinp ìs by the 

jcweLIer, bnf either che geiiistones hur- beerà ceph^red or 

che piece has beerà altcred in lome way after ils 

PERIDDS 

l.Anct^uc 

Over loo years old 

^j.ArtNouv-au 

1853-1510 

3. Belle Epoque 
ia5;-i3i1 
4.ArtDcco 

5. Retto 
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C0NDITI0N5 OF 5ALE 

ChriaCL&a Cnndicions of Sale ina Liou tea Wj-nanty are sbc 

OLK-kteriiithiscatalogueEiddwsareatrondyencoiiragpd 

ro lead éiex le tlieyiiecoijt tlie tenne un whjch propeiryis 

boufiitatajcli™. 

ESTIMATES 

Estìmar« jrs ba»d Liponpnc« rKMitly paid itaiiclior for 
compaiiLble prDpeicy.ci:iudLliciB.raiìt)'.qualLly ind 
provenanre EidrutK Jtesubjectro reviaon.BuyMSihould 
nor ™K upcpiiMnniaM* aa a.i*pre3ffliEirlcnorpredictian cf 
actTial selLing pi icee. Estinta tea do net iticludelTi? biiYer'& 
premirra oiVATWb&re "Eairaar& anR&quea" appeaia. 
pleisf ccntact eh* Specialist D^pirtment tor fiirthsr 
infamia tioQ. 

RESERVES 

"His laeii* ii che' contidenliil mimmiim pric^ rhe 
cciiiBÌgncir"willaa:epl:and wilL noLesceeo die low 
ppe-fflle eflimale. Lors (hat i» noi aitijsi:t co a tmmv? ore 
idantitìed by che 9ymbcpl > new co the lot numl»r and are 
higbTighlpdwiib n?d tidei. 

BUVER'5 PREMIUM AND VAT 
Bn'j^rs Ite if-minded thjt die actu al purdiase prke wiD he 
xììe smn c4 die tìoil bid prìce pini eie biiyer's p»rmujn.The 
premium toch* Buyer i£ ijM ofrhefìrscSI-r éo^oo cf (he 
Ha ni ni w Prii:e,piliE 3oW of the siceas cifrile HammMPrice 
ibov» SFr 60/100 up to and iiKluding; SFr i joo.ooo plus 
L2% of inf sum in exress of SFr i,zi>o/kio. Fbr tui'ttier 
dMiJi please referlo Diiidiciona ot'Sale No 3 

PRE-AUCTION V1EWING 

Vou CHI acteiid pre-salevieiing^ tor di ouc iuitcìolu itno 
chjT^.All propecty to b« luctLoned ia uiuiAy on VLev foi 
leweràldayn ptiorco the nle.Yoii ireencouragsd toeiacnine 
Iota diorougkl^' aiid to requeaccondicioareporQ [see 
bflciK'^.Chciide^ tpKialisci wd ciiantgecnraiitifare 
jviila'ble co ^'e id^'jcs^r^'viS'WiDg^orby Lppoinnreiic. 

BIDDER FtEGISTRATION 

Pio^ecti've buyais whu bare not previouiLy bid or 
consigned wich ClicLslie'i ihould bnng. 

• indieLduiif^gQvsrnmenr-.isiuftl photij ideatiilculLLan (tjth 
is 1 dilvicij lLcenc<.ciad.aadidKicdtv cird.^rpaxpon'i and. 
if nocftiowa on tlie iD documect.proof ofcurrent addce=iì. 
&>! eKimpleautilily biUoibaukaoieoLait. 

• CoEfxicaie di«iLls: a photocopyofCbe cconpicn're^slei. 

• Fot othei bisiima atTLLcAiTES ai^b asCiuas.ciShcie 
compiuieB ai paimeiKh^.pkoK conCin CLn^E''s Credit 
DepaiOneiu: at +4.1 (0)22, j^jj 1740 for 3jivice on. tb£ 
m.tbnii!L[i(nu ^'du atto uld auppl^, 

■A tìnanciil lelerence ic thetormcf iiecejitbaiik 
sbcenipEilior d celerence treni voiiThanlc. CbcÌBtie'a can 
njppiyafonu otTwjrdiLig fbr che bmk iefer?nc« i£ 
u^essuy 

■ Pei9Gtu legistsong tobid onbebiilfijf^cimeoiie'whc bus 
not previoLut^ bid oc conEigned "with Christie'a sboiild 
biing ideEiTificalioiL dccumeut: aa ouly foi tbemsE^sa but 
alao fcii the party on wbcoe be.tiatf rbey are bidding. togetber 
wiii a &ig]iedled:er of auchaaiaalionfiom chat puty. 
TaallciwslifiJcienclinie topiocMS ttie i]]foirmjricdi, new 
cbeaB 1» encoimiged toiegiiier aclBist43 huuis in 
aàvanne cil a siLe. 
Pioapectirebuyers sbould r^L^t^E toi a iiiinibered biddinp 

Ejddleacleaa joininuiec beiare the atictitiTL ClienK vAia 
xve not mode i puct^lia^ ùocn ia/ ChiJsUe's ofFke Viibbia 
cbe laBt CWD v^aiH snH rlir-Bp-gfig hi-ng to aiieiid mare thnn on 
previous occasions,vriUbe uted to supptj" a tifwbint 
leférence.PaiusiatjncewithrefeienceG.pleaEe ^onta.a 
CtiriatLe's Ccedir Depanment ai +4.1 (c^iiii. jiy r740. 

REGISTERING TO BIDON SOMEONE ELSE'; 
BEHALF 

PejHiiis biddLig on behilTot'w exujtLci^ ^iient should btuig 
a «gned lelisr troni die client aucboiidiig the bidder to art 
on.riiecLeDi'sbebjlf.Plwsenc^tethacCbrisie'fldoeinot 
a£f-ept paymeub boni tbird ^rti». Christie's caji onlv 
accept pajmeiit trom theclient.and notlrom rbeperson 
bidding on theirbehalf. 



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BIDDING 

The aiicLioaeer atx&pa Ijids boni tbose pre^tit in the 
aalercom.ÈomwlephorebiddeFS,orbf absMUee wnttai 
bida leftwitliCbnBnek in adraai:? af the aiicti>jn.Tl» 
auGticmeer niay alan eseirLitebida on beli alt of the seller up 
to ±s amonnt al' the regerveTl&auctloneer willnot 
3p«t]&ally ideuUEy bidapkced on behdfoftlie seller. 
Under iit> cinmmscancGtì "ftill tbe aucdoaeer place any bid 
on behalfofclis seller ar orahove th& reser\^. Eid atepi are 
abcmn on tbeAbEientee Bid Fornj at tlie bact of tliis 
catalo^e. 

ABSENTEE BID 5 

If j\5UL-^inoc come to jnaiiccjcpn ui petiti^i, Chrisrie'scan 

bid forTOLi Tiiere iamscbaipp fot diis Berwice. tnown as 

commisdor bidding. You an^ly pay the final bid price plus 

rhe preraium and VAT in che uaj il way, as eiplainedon the 

wfittenbldsforniincliidedat the bacie ol thJ9i:atalogue. 

Abaaite* bida submiired Cjpn"nore5erv*"[oc«willin die 

atience ofa higherbid.beeisnited acapproximately jo%of 

tbelowpre EEileE^tittiatact atriv amount of tbebLJ if k isleffi 

than jdk ot'the Icw pre-sale Mcinute. 

Pleosenote we cannoc accept bili by e-mail 

TELEF-HONE BIDS 

If jiju iT^inoc atrend ite aucticn.'S'on ite welcome co bid or 

tberelephoiieon lats ViAtb 3. minimumesrimateofSFr 

lofloo. fWeakorecomtnend thityou leaiieacOTerirgbLd 

whiohwe caneKeouleonyoiiibetu.lfJustin case w» are 

unab4elcireachyouby celépphone). 

At che riumberof telepliana linei ars Limited please make 

atrangements tbrthia «ervice ar leistihoura betbte tbe sale, 

especìall}' if j^'ou viA tobidiria.laxig^ge ochercban 

EngLish: 

Cbftiit Sscv'ices; 

Tel. +*i (olii ji'f 1736 

FiK;-t-4i 10)^:1 Jiy L731 

SUCCESSFJLBIDS 

The tailoc tke luctioneerVhammfrliidicates chetmaLbid. 

The zucciotieei wiii cali out and iKtMd the arnie oc 

"paddlt'* mimbei ofilwbuyeir.tf"y'jiii"wxjtbaji bid la 

EuccHEtiil'YOU willbe Dollhfd imene dia tei)' 1 iter che salety 

posC.Bjddmgnuy be ie>-op«nKl at che auctioneer'ì 

diKcetioo. 

PAVMÉNT 

Piynient nid CcUectioii of Gooi 

Piyraent mustbe raitdewithinEe^en cibndai diTatif the 

sale and iJiepropert'yyouliave boiighc t^n tbenbe 

i:Dllec.ted.Gt}od3caiioiiLy ix coii?Eted •r/heii payme.tithat 

cleared. 

Payment can be made ty caab up to SFi. li.^oD.oidieque, 

aai» piyible tt: Clicistie'E. or by CDedic cacd tAme3L.VjKi, 

N^Kercud). debit card (EC) 01 by buLk Ecaiu&i diiEct co 

ouc boni: 

Ccedit 5"LiÌEBS 

C^aePcsI^ lOD 

Li 1 1 Genevi 70 

Sstfitzerliiid 

Account No: 1617615 - 41 

CLEARING 4Sj5 

IBANCHjoo+a^ jjitì n^t^iuaa 

SWIFT CODfc CR£SGHZZiiA 

Please notetbitpayjnentity cieditcacd are aubj ect to 

adminiarnciw l^s (1% fccAmex and 1 3M forVea and 

Maacercard 1 Tbere Is no auicharge for dsbit card piymenca. 

In tbe case c^f diatiacepavmenC5.writleninstnii:ticin3. 

ÌJij:Ludjng ihe cudJioldet s sigtuluie.muìtbeaent to 

CiiriEtia's. 

Tó j"void duy delay inieleafing ppods.piccapÉtrivebiiyeta 

shoiild suj^iy bark retarencesbeforethe auction. 

Pl«aeinr indebolir natneand irvcucemimbefwithyour 

ÌDStcuctLons tt: che bulk. 

Aicbougb personal and conipsmy cbeqiies aie accepted. 

buyera ireads'iaed thalpurchasM wiUnocbe releaseduntil 

such chequ« bave cleared 

Payraent fcj' ca^b, credit cardE, debic cird^ or haiiltera drjft 

wiii enable immediite reiease of pucchajes.Thivelier's 

cheqjfflare notaccepced. 

Pleasenote thatcransterof lotsia noi i&rogmsed The 



mcceaifiiL bidderduring die auction iì xilefy t^ponsible tor 

poyniEiit to Christie'a, 

Pléifenote thac Chrucie'aviil noticceptpaymentsfor 

puirhased Lots fcom any pdxcy othec than the buysr, uialesi 

ocbecwii? agised betnseu the buyer :md Chxjide^ pcior to 

cteaaU. 

VALUE ADDED TAX {VATI 

VAT ofv.^'itrisappijjcableiniU ciaeion die hamjner piìoe 
Lind Buy^c'EpremiLLin. If tlie puii:hiaed lols aie ^bsequendy 
expcicsd.VAT on thebammerpriiceand piemiumis 
lefundible by Cbriatie's on piodiittLoo cf mexporc 
deckiìaiioiistanipedty Sv,'\ai Ciisl^:iin£. Fcic furtti^c 
infoimalionpleaie contact Stephane von Buerenon 
+ + 1 Ki:ii]ig 1740. 

Cbcisdes canorpanisestiipaienfwitbiii 24 btJursLipon 
meiptofpaynieotiud piscile delivery ioatrlictiona. 
thicMjgli ite intemitiotiai fbrwirderVìilunpex S.A. CH-i:mi 
GenewiAirport j (focjewBTLeiyand"watdiea) and Haigcb 
SA.HueBiykm 10. CH- 1227 Geoeva [fiic dl'ì/coii afart). 
Esnjouea foi the ^fping of any property aiid advice on the 
mtiet awTire and economie meaiE rf dispatcb can be 
obQ.Lned&om ouiabipping depacDneiu. 
■Kl, +41 (o)ii^ 31S i7iS 
Fai -1-41 C°)^3'9 '75' 
SALE RESULTA 

The Cbristie's lucernacional AucnonHeanita ?ervice 
provider alle tesuLbi loi ali Chiistie'a saies 'iia, cbe telepbons. 
Voli canDbcainfaBpdreaullB for an entice sale.To acce» the 
5yatem dia] ■ +44 (0)2,0 7617 iTcyy 
You willpaynormaltfflephone rate? toryourlocdor 
intermitianalcall.Spoli^niisuita are aviJa.bIe aborri^' after 
Iota bave beeu aold Faied rsnits Toc entire 3jles are iBually 
avalkble tbe il»yfcilliwnia;eachsale 
Chriades cannot accept liahiiity far any errore oromraia- 
aioiia.bowaoewccaLised SeileisahouLdawiit theii 
setclement atateraent as contirniation of an^' sold pioceedi 
Price ligia are alio aiiailable on onr website at 
htrp://www.cbciscie! coni 

STORAGE AND COLLE CTION 

Buyec^ are idviied chat ali purcbaìet noe coliecced on che 

day of the sale willbe held for Ciiliecnonalno cbargie fbr 

fwenrj'-eif^t dayi. 

Sellere 

Unsold lot! tiiatare notgoingto be re-oflered in 1 iacee nle 

aaid aie nocooUecced nom tbeaabroDin byTluirsday 14 

Mjy isxioh canbe coUected at 

Clariacis'i. S piace ds L Tic coi neri e. 

1204 Gen^^a. 

la +41 Cojasjis i7?fi 

Fai +41(0)3231? 1731 

Collecdoa TTmea 

Icetna canbe collect&d at che Hotel dea Eeig^sisaa tbllowa: 

IKdneida)' ij May 

until 1 bone after the end of die last action 

Thucaday 14 May 

&:>m 9,ooh co la.ooh 

After tiii^ Itemi can he collecced fiom CbriatLe'i ofTic» it 9 

place de LT^onnecle. in GetiA'a toraperìodof ippioxi- 

miCely^a day a. 

Thereifcer diey will be tranaferred toourSton^ 

deparCnieutit the Ftee Porrwhere 1 micLnuini ctuige cif 

SFi 105 pecitem'willbe incucied. 

EXWF(TOFCUtTURALPflOPÉf{T¥ 

Cectain loK coiingned toua fbi sale at aucQon iis lubjectfo 
[be Svasi FedeialLaw aa tbeincemitlcmaltranataiof 
Cultuial Pcoperty.Thja law concjini rules gcwmnig tbe 
esporr ofCultunlProperCyaa definedby the Uneaco 
Coorention of i4Niwembei 1370. whichaeCH out che 
mea^uces lobe lakeuiaotder to pievent the iiliGit import. 
expoiTand tcadicf^ofCulcuralFropeiTy. Puiruant to cbia 
kw the eapon of sudi Cultural Piopenytìoni S^ntieiland 
mnBt be declared and prìorantluiciaation may also be 
injUiied., CbiishesLa at youi diaposil m the weuttbatyou 
lequiie any f ucther LCL&iriiiacioa in telacianco th^e rules. 
Lota aaeavailable fbr coli k^Uoii dftei payrnent has been 
niad e to Chcisde's 

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Xhrsr CoadiLLOBS ofSalc sue dip Impoitant Noticca 
uidExplination ot'Catsio^in^Fncckf :ont^ ili 
thf tfnn! or. which Christif^ and che sfller conrracc 
wich che biiwr Thry may hf amendfd ìyy pcewd 
noticciui Old iiuioLiiitmien a [uidr duirùig the ulr. 
By biddinf; ir auccion vou a.grec ro bc tound by tbr^c 



1. 

Thehifihmc hidder shall bf theBciyCT;ai]dif any 
diiputc ariscs bc twcf Ji two ìji more biddcis. the lot si 
iji diipute jhill be inuTicdiatrly putup i^in and 
rcsold. 



5. 

Ali atatemmb in lite cifido^cB.advcrtiimiDutsoi 
bcodiurcs of forthcoaung solcs of Chris tlr^ aie- 
HiKmcnD ol opinion only ind do noe constitLiCf inv 
wjrrantj'bj'CliTHtic^ o[ iir ScUcr.lnIendmpBijm-5 
must aabsff thcanaclvra befoic Che aalr [epudinp ttiE 
phpicil description and condiclor ofanylot.ind 31 to 
ony defeca or any repiin elfrf ted orrequired. 
The «nniated sellin aprite oteach lotis printed 
brnrath ttic lot dejtriptLDC and don no t include die 
Bu"^ò premi-im orVATThcsr pciccj iic baied un 
«rimjCLCinj niadc some ciiTiMhead of che sale sndnuy 
cherefciir be crvbed before the sale. 



chciii co cjke pare in che biddinp. 
Whcn mjfcinf a bid. 1 bidder i: aceepdnf penonil 
liabilic\'Co piy thepuichue pric^.inckidinp die bLiitri 
preniinm and ali a pp Le ab Ir taira, pliis ali otte e 
ipplicable chirgts.unleis it hu bern «jcplicicly igceed 
in wcitinfi wich Chrisliei betorc the ccmmtticc-aicnt of 
the sile that che tiidderi! jcrirgas agenl on hehalf ofici 
identd£ed diiid party icceptable io ChxlidcV. ind cli^^ 
Chiisde^ will only look to ihe pcincipil for piynienL 
The iccrnticir of chcpoccnnil Buyer is dn^Ti co die 
tace chic CliriiCieii reedf to v^T\fy che idendty oc the 
Bu^^c Sì stì ciutiii''Buying ut Chxiilie^.Biddei 
IlegJ3Ciicion." 



2. 

T3>ehm.»iec oc th< iLiccJoneccniay jdvini;: the 

bid dinfi.&pparate.j Olii orw/ithdratv iny loc at his sole 

diicKtion.The miniranm race by which 1 bid may be 

inciEucd a loX.TLc hulaieE aiiy, howrvrr, dian^ diii 

nCLO dutinf ihe sale npon advance noticc. 

Tlie Sellenhall norhid for his own objsm indshail 

noi: cause iny person to bid Idi bini ChriitieV donc 

nuy bid era bchalf of t±e Seller 

H" die reservf price is notreached. Chris ae^ niay cejecc 

tbe bit bid and Gx inotlioistarting pricc notbeknv die 

iTKiv: pcice. 

Failing a bid eqiul to ar above che ceserve price, 

Chcucje's shall wiriidraw tke objecc wichout knoclcing 

it down ia anybody. Chriacici leiccves the rijiii. 

howevcr, to lell ihe objeccbyprii'iCi contrae e after ihc 

sile.pc^vided d^at.in such caie, the price shill noe bc 

ic» rtinn che [raerm? pcicc^siibjecl: to prior agcennent 

of ttie Seller otherwise. 



3. 

Tlic piemiuin to die Bujct a ^i% of ihc fixst 
SFr6Q,OQaof dieHanimrrPncc.plusio^cif the 
cxcras of the Hamnier Ptice ibcve SFi Ca.ooo up to 
and includini: SFr l.zoo.Dooplus l2%ofiiny9uni in 
cxcHi of SFr 1 joo.ooo.VAT of 7.6%is idded co the 
hammec pcice ind co the premium. This ax is 
refiinded co Buyen dojmciled onnide SwiCTerkind 
upon ceceipt by ChriiCic's for cach objectofan export 
dcdaration scanipcd tiySwiss Customs.This rtì'und is 
rcci^vcied hy Chriscieli fram. die Swiss Rifai 
Anthaiities tjnly on pi:cBrntation of the scampcd 
dcdaration.TheAudiQiicies'willnotentercain 1 cliim 
widiou-cprcsen canon of dila forni dulystamped by 

S^^ISS Cu5tOtI]&. 

The telai amount obsiincd b>' adding to the hainmei 
price cheBuyii'i comniiiiion and VAT shall 00 nsciciice 
thf pLirchasc price for the purpcsn herecd. 
PorWinc. the pranjLim 15 i5%cif che banunet price np 
to SPr ijo^ooo and iQ% cf any umniinf m nccras of 
EFrz3o.ooo. 



4. 

PorchcBuycr^ Ojiiidance. 1 nirreniry convccrer will he 
opcraKd jc soiiic aticdons showins; rates ol'i:onvTriion 
applying cn the date iroinediately precedine; the dslc 
ofsile u notiiied co Chris de!; t<y aniajor bank. 
Chriscic's shall acceptno rcspnnsibilityin chis rcspcct, 
in paxcicular toc anymistalcra in the con"ve raion meo 
SuvisB Iraocsand/orfoieiA] 



Christic^ scia as appnt for die Sdire only 
Neiriier Chriicici nor che Seller shiU be reipocisibie l'or 
anydefccB ofiny objecB.nor do thcy wajran e the 
coriBccnesB of scacemems ccincerning authorship. 
oc i gin . da te . a gè. j ttt ibufLon. gennlneaes s , piovcnan e e , 
"wcigjit or condition of any object. 
Noe has anyperion in the eraplcj' of Chriscie's any 
antììority lo niate or giue any represencadon or 
nty. 



The Buyer icqnires title to the objettas itis tnocked 
dciwn to hiniand inj'protlts or liikj ftonisiich 
uno nienti hall be bis. 



Wliere 1 Buw'disj-owjc!. after che sale, that theobjccl 
vliicli he has ac^Liiied is detcìmined to bc s. for^ry. he 
shjll relucn it to ChrÌ3L,c^ widim one ycar fioni (he day 
he becinie iwire ihereof.eiKlosinfljill pieces of 
evidffniy on "ivliich he baaeshia complainC 
Chris tieV sh^ conoeltlic sjie and rerum to the Buyer 
ali aniounn piid.cxceptin che 
folkiwing ejsca: 

a) if die dcscripcion of dae objcctin the catdogue of 
che sale appeais to apree with die opinion generally 
accepced ac the cime by speciaUiB and expcrci in such 
□bjects.orif the cataiogueeiphcicly sCaccd riiiC dieip 
[Tijy be- a differenceoi opinion ab toaiich de&cription. 

b) if die non-audicnticityof die objectmay onlybc 
eitiblishcd hy a iacnn£c procedure, die cffcccivcncss of 
it^hich ^Bi ^ncfaliyacfcnowlcd^donly aftrf publica- 
cion of the sole catalogup or If aiich proccs ìfos j: the 
CLue ci" the saleunrcaionablyexpenjive 01 of 1 natine 
ta cause damai-e to [he objee t itself. 

In ali ciiiei.only theprrson co wliom ihcobjrctwa! 
peisonaliy knocked down will bc cnlided co ckiin luch 
canccllation of sale and only on condition that he is in 3 
pcaition to return full owncnMp tiicrcof to Chriscie's 
and tbat die ohjccchas not sutlcicd ani,' dte radon sincc 
che sale. 



9. 

In order Co coraply widi locai liws and cegulaCions and 
ta prewent as far as pcssible any ercor in die actriburion 
of any objects sold.the petsons InceEdinf to bid are 
ccqucsted to idcndfy chenisetvcs it the registiadon 
office on che salepremises.Upon pieiencafion of 
adecjuace Cmancial credendals.inrendingBuyeis shill 
complete a registra tion card mencionmg dieix nanie and 
idàxea md shall ceceiw>: a nunaherwhich wiUenable 



10- 

Chrisdc^ will accept tn erccute comniision bids on 
behalf ofclienB.in pacacular fcir inter.dingBuyers'whù 
are iinable co attend No csponsibUicyshali.howffwer, 
cesi upon CluistieV or ics employets in case of defeci in 
the transniisàoa of bids ut die sale. 
In the evcnc chat tvra idcnacal eoramissions shoiild be 
the highescbids aC the ade. the objectshadbe knockcd 
dcjwn to die Biiyec whote conunisslon bid has been 
ceceived Éjst, 

Chrisde^ reserves dien^t.acLrsdiscretior. to refnse 
conimision bids fioni a Buyer in caK- the inforinadon 
or discumcnts provid ed is evidence of his idendry or 
the idcndty sf oc beneficidowncrproves tote 
wroag,u] complete^ ambi^ousoc unaatis&cCary. 



11. 

Incider to avoid any ertoi in die acaibudon ofobjccis 
and the settlcmcntof invoices as weh a to pcocced 
wich die nccesisary vcrificalions legarding die Buyer's 
and che beneficiai o^vner's identica no lot niav be 
lemovcd dnnng die sale. 

Chris de's s hall bc ennded to recain iternssoid uncil lU 
amoiincs due to ui.ortoChriide's Entcrtutionilplcoc 
fco anyof IQ jSihatra,siibsidian.csarpaicnt coinpames 
wocldwide.ha'vc been receifcd in tuli in good cleared 
Èinds or until ite buyer hai peribrmed any othcr 
oucscandlngohlif^Eicm! aswc.in oursole ducretion, 
shdl ictjLiiie. includine. Ibt the a^oidance of doubt; 
coniplding any and-money laundcring or anti- 
ceriDrisniiinancing check: vie niay require to our 
satisfacCion. In the event 2 buyer falla tei cocnplcte any 
anti-raoocylaiindennp or anti-terronam tinancin^ 
chccks to our sitisfacdon. Christie^ shall be entitled to 
cancri the sale and to calce any ocher action! thicare 
ceqiiired or pennirted under applicable law. 

12. 

The piiEcrhasr price of die objccta asdehncd in articlc 3 
hereof shdl bc paid un S^viiafiranca withinacten days af 
die sdc.After stich date, interest at che cateof l!-i per 
mondi shiU be eh o^ed on die unpaid bilance due. 
Paymcntinay also be m^idr in foreipn currrncirs 
hivhig Icgd tencJer if theicaniountniiy bi,' convertcd 
inco the equivalentofthepurchase price in Swissfrancs 
of the vaine date of the paymenr. 

13. 

Faikng paymcat by die Buyer wiLhin sr*en daya ■Éniim 
the alle Chris tir!s shall uw ils bratc&ons co coraply 
v.'ith the mstructions of die Seller as Co the acdon co be 
taken and co assise the Se-llera! far as p«sib4e.in 
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cancri thr ajlc Any d^ixa^s air in ali ca?ra cxpinrAaly 
rcKrved 

Nor*'i:hiMndingc)it fbrtgoinf, ChristitV icstrvn iciell 
tbe nptitacils disc ir don and at tbf Srlier^ Fxjjcnsr to 
iciTcpt special condiLom of piyiiicnt of the purchajc 
pricc. to irrangc-for wirc-houiingormairancc- of che 
objpcc sold.ro sprtle (or to puinie] inyjudiciaJ 
procccdinp bioiigkt by or ig^iiut the Buyer ou such 
cocxJidoQt IL Quiitieì shall denri a.ppECipiLi.te. Oh tikc 
iry action neccssaxy for che ccJlccdon of the amounti 
dLic t?y the Buycc and,if appKippriate.tosrt a^jde the sale 
and return che mbjrtt tQ tic SeUet 
En nich cisc,Chriscie'i laivcender che cbjcccit che 
Gen«i free Port jcthecicluiiv": expeme and riiltof 
tic Buyer. 



14. 

Any partili paynicii t by tìie Buyer tt; -Chcistie-i stali bc 
deetncd apaynieaf by way of depoiit. 
In caie of failurc hy che Buyer co pay the full purchajc 
pnce as hri^in abow praridcd. such depcaiC shall be 
lutuu-iatically forféitcd and ttie obje-cc sbsU bercsold aX 
public ^utti^n oiby private aucrion oi by privilresjle iX 
the CQtire diiccedon of Chriitie's. 



15- 

Sbould chf intorrastion □rdccumoiE provided hy che 
Buysr rfg^ditig llie Buy^fs idenidcy ind die beneficiai 
ownei^s idcncity ptcnn: to be wiong, incomplete, 
unbiguoiis or unsirisf ac tory co the iole j^Tpieciidcici of 
Chirijtie'i.chc sale «■ili bccome nuli and rad-Thc 
BujTr shaU bc Uablc toc ali incLirred espemc=. 



16. 

Ecj the case thatjEuyei. after hjfinpfullilled illhis 
obligatioos pur man t ttj cbe preseut cocidiricuis oTsale. 
fails torcmovc i±ic cbjcclrin liuc:. as prosiidcd Lintlcr 
axcicic 1} ibcfw.ChiJstie's shiU be cndlied. allei 
uotitlcition to tiie Buyer, co rendei the objcct at die 
Genevi Fkc PorcarthcBuyer^cxpemes and rislc 

1?. 

Any visitor ikall be dable for daiiLjges he ULiy cause Co 
tic objcccsand ice ras C5iiibil:ed. 



18. 

TIh-k condittons otsaie ihall bc mailible foi inipec- 
lion. bv ali pencns uiCemted as Boon as the sdle bas 

been publiihed-They diali be pcaod coaipicuously in 
àie sale premises during tht mie. 



19. 

TlacK condidoni ofijle shill be sabjcct co Sa'iii kw. 
Any dupli te regaidlng thcir CD;rcTition,non-cipcution 
cr licLrintrrpretation shall brwithin tJie- csclinwe 
juxiidicclan citìie CourOofche Cincon of Genevi. 
STlbject ro appeal to the Pedtral Tribunal. 



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ABSENTEE BID5 FOR 



CHRISTIE's CiHNtVA 



JEWELS- THE GEMEVA SALE 

WEDNESDAY 13 MAY 2003 
14.MHDUH5 [LOTS 1 - 1091 
19.00 HOUHS{LOTS 110 ■ 195) 

Aucdon: 

Polir Sejsons H crei des Bei'gues 

33 qiui des BergLiifs. J^yi Geiie^'a 

CODE fJAME: FRANZ 

BALE NUMBER: 136S 

BID ONLINE FOB THUS SALE AT CHRISTIES.CDM 



IMPORTANT NOTICE 

Tlie attentioii of tliepotential Buj'eris drawn to the 
{icv thìt Chiistie's Jieeds co verity the identità' of che 
Buyer with a passport (ijidividuiil) or a documeiit of 
incorporjtioii (company /corporation). Ir is allso 
essentiaJ thit the Buyer dkcioses the beneficiai 
owjuesrs idendty of the fiiiids Ixansfeired to 
Christie's. Please l3s the rele\'aiic dociiinent cogether 
widi tbis bid toi m ti? QLir hid department. 

BIDDING INCREMENTI 

Bidding geiieially opens helow the low estimate and 
advaiices in increments of up to io%, siibjea to che 
auctioneer's discietion.AtsEntee blds chat do not 
conform to che incremencs set belcw rnay be lowered 
to the iiext bidding inlerval. 



SFr 1,000-2,000 
SFrZ,000-3,000 
SFr 3,000-5,000 
SFr 5,000-10,000 
SFr 10,000-20,000 
SFr 20.000-30.000 
EFr 30.000-50.000 
SFr 100.000 + 



inlOO's 
in2C0's 

203, 500, eoo 

in &00'i 

in 1 .OOOs 

in 2.00QS 

2,000,5.000.3.000 

Auctioneer'scliscretion 



Aiiciion Besuits: +44 (0)20 7^27 2707 



L the foIli:iAÌnp loB up w rhi: 



ClirÌ!ric'5Ì3Ìn3Cnictrid co Fiid p 
pi ice st^tcdi 

I undeistiinltlut Chiiirics piuvidci ìhii icr.icc ofctccuCing 
bids on bcàdt ot ■rlicne tor che irlicnr's convrnicjici ind ctijc 
Ckruac'sttTliiiot te hcld rcipniuil^lr For crron cciating to its 
EXEirution of bids.Ataentff tiii submitteil on "no reservp" 
lDtsv.-iU.inlhc jbKnteofihifshcibidbe c.i^-iitiKl Jt 
apprcKimatcly yf-y'u of the low prc-!jlc C5tinu.tc or al the 
amountot thcbid ifiti; Ica chin ìcyK of che low pT^-5jle 
cstimitc. In the cv:nt of identici! biii.the bid reccivrrtl fiist 
wiii rikc pircedcnce. 

I undcntindchjt i± niy bid is successìul the purchoic pricc 
svili be j^j^fiptc ot tbc nujl bla and j prcnuum ot^J"?!] "up 
tDSFitìO,0O0,plus2C^uÈomSFrtì0.O01 to SFrl.ZOOjDOO 
and 12S tor any imouiitin cjkcjs ofit.An adpJidonalVAT 
tiir of 7.6%<A'ill bff levitfd or che hunrafrpnce ind chi! 

Foreigji baj-ds will obtiiiii ,1 rcluiiilof theVAT tjxil pioot lat 
esportiti OH is provai: d vvithin JQ diyi ol che collcction dite, 
AH bids willbc CKCcutcdsubjcct to àie ccnditinm afiJc of 
CtrÌ!CÌcs(Intn:rutionjI) SA.,wticlil hcirmith fiity acccpt. 



loaìkfMtinì^far processing, absentee bicfeshoulcJ be fecsived at leart 24 bours beforp the !ale begins 

andtheform needstcr beduly iiiled in. Please notethat: bids in Jareigncurrendesiviil bf? conwerted 

intoSivss-FrancsattheapproxirTvaWprevaiiing rate in eftect ZAhoursbelorethesale: 

Bids can be sant b^ post oc Jax: 

Chrtsiifl's Btd Department Tel: -1-41 fii)22 ì^9 Ì7ìb Fax: +41 (0)22: 3191731 on-line: vuww.christiescom 



Cotìlraclitì-g farty 




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Launtry 


Diytif.e relÈ0l>LjnE' 


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Ma bile 



fasdrTponwiil 

, _, fìeaae htX il yoL pvfer nel te reieive iKtormaticn ìbcul OLt uptoniin^ aiei by eniail 

The contracting party is the beneficiai owner 

(The beneficiai ov/ner ntay neither be an offsho-re nor a domiciiiary company! 

o "^^^ 

r-y No Beneficiai owncr 

Address 

|-f you have no-t previously bid or consigned with Christie's, please atta eh copies of the 
followìng documenti. Individuali; government-issucd photo Identification (such as a photo 
drrving licence, national identity card, or passport) and. i"f not shov:n on the ID dctcument. 
proof of current address. for example a utility bill or bank statement. Corporate dients: a 
photocopv of the company regìster. Other business structures such as trusts, oflshore 
companies or partnerships: please contact the Credit Department at (-41 tO)Z2 31 9 174D for 
advice on the Information you shouid supply. If you are registering to bid on behalf of 
someone who has not previously bid or coniigned with Christie's. please attach Identification 
documenK foryourself as well as the person/entity on whose behalf you are bidding. 
togethcr with a signed ietter of authorisation from the porson/entìty, New ciients, dients 
who bave nnt made a purchase frnm any Christie's office within the lasi two years. and those 
wishing to spend more than on previous occasioni will be asked to supply a bank referente, 
We also request that you complete the seaion belovj with your bank details; 



WanKr Df Bantls} 


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Perori cf co ritaCT uir&rt lel&oCiorie Nl 

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY IN BLOCK LETTERS 

Lot nuniber Maniniunr Bid iti Lot nuntlier 

(ir n Liner lesi ord«t> lenti udì ng liu^tS ptemijm^ l'ir nLinetluI -otiler) 



Mulnijni. Bid ^Fr 

le)u:ÌLjdlng ijuyer's pismlum) 



i am affare of the g-an-eral condiD'Orsof' sale and rotices ptinted in the^zatab^u-e and hereby acceptt-S'bB boLnd 
b}f them. ai vz-ell as by ciian-ge bt-C'U-ght t-C' tln-em eithet by ric^iies pi}st'ed in the salercom cr by salBroom 
announceinerti made prior tir during tlic aLctitm, 



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ORDRE D'ACHAT 

Christie*s Genève 



JEWELS: THE GEMEVA SALE 

MEHCREDI 13 MAI 2009 
14.30 HEURES [LOTS 1 - 109J 
19.00 HEURES [LOTS 110 - 196^ 



Lesordresrf'achat-doivent nouiparvenirau plustard 24 heur« avanit le debu1 d*? la venie. Les oidres 

d'achat en inonnaie^étrangeres. ssant converts enfrans 5UÌBes.au laLuc de change en wigueur un 

jcxjr ouvrable avant lavente. 

Lbs. ordres d'achat peuirerrt ètra envoyes. par poste ou fax : 

ChriSie'sTél +41 fililZ2 319 17ì5Fax+41 f[))Z2 319131 internet: www.dnri5lim.com 



Salle de venire: 

FoLir Seasons Hotel des Bergiies 

53 qLUi du3 Bi^rgLies, izoi Genève 

CODE NAME: FRANZ 

SALE MUMBER: 1368 

PLACEZ UN ORDRE D'ACHAT SUR CHR1ST1ES.COM 



REMARQUES IMPORTANTES 

ChrÌ5tie's attiri? L'attentioii de l'acheteiir siir le fait 
qu'il est nécessaire de véritiet l'idencicé de ce dernier 
sur la base, sail: d'une pièce d'idetitite (persarmeii 
physiques), soit d'un excrait dn Regisci^e du 
Commerce oii tont aucre documeiit équrvalent 
(peraomies iiiorales). Il est égaienietit in dispensali! e 
que l'acheteur rèvéle l'ìdentité de l'ayant droir 
écanomiqLie. Merci de letaurner par ta.\ le 
dociimeiit reqiiis ivec cet ordre d'jchat. 

PALÌER5 D'ENCHERE5 

Lesenchères débiitencg^tiéraienienteii desous de 
Fe^tLiiiation basse. Le montnit minimal des 
si-irenchères estSxé s. icfió, toutefbis l'huissier 
judiciaire ou le coiTunissaire priseiir peiit modifier ce 
taiix de fa^ on discrétionnaiie. 
SFr 1.000-2.000 
SFr 2.000-3.000 
SFr 3, 000-5, 000 
SFrS.ODO-10.000 
SFr10.000-20.COO 
SFr 20 .000-30,030 
SFr 30 .000-50.000 
SFrIOO.OOO-H 



pari 00 1; 

par 200 '5 

200,500,800 

par 500i 

par 1 .OOO's 

par 2,0COs 

2,003, 5,000. 3,000 

à \s discrétion du commissaire 

priseur 



Résiiltats de v-ente: +44 l'oUo 7627 2707 



Cliristiir's se cÌLii|irc d'cict Jtcr ics Qidrr! d'adiif qui lui sont 
conlìrfs,cn pjrticulicr poiir ]a amitcursnc ponvjiit aiK^ccr 
à I3 vrntc. Ni Chriicic's.ni 5C5 cmployc? ne pourront cnr 
tcjius pouf iciponaitlES cutjs d'ciicuis c\"catucllcs et tei 
cnilicres scront cn iccord ivcc Ics conditions de vrntc 
ii:npiiincc! cu linde citaIo^;ue.Lci5qLic deurc ordm d'j<:iut 
sanlridendqups,la priarité iT\TPnc jli premier ordre rpfu. 
En cai d'jdjuJicitipn.lt pii>: ipayrricrj Le pri.\ iiiirrciu 
jimi quc lei kiii. lu Uux cn ugueur au. momejit de U 
vcntc, loitijS'S sur Ics ptrmim SFr fio.ooo.plns 20% 5Lir 
tQutiTioiitml: au-delÀde SFr&D.OCiOet jusqu'à SFr 
[,200,000. plui iZ%surtoutcsonunc iu-d=li de SFi 
1,200,000. LaTVA de 7,6% eie due surleprùcniarEJU, lei 
Éraii et tous drbaun du5 à Christirs. Lrs aL-trtruis doniÌL-ii- 
irs a i ctrjnpcr pourront obicnirir rcmbciurscmcnt de la 
TVA ai une piruvc de U déckiititin d'cxporUtion est 
rr tournée dar? ics ^o joun qui iuivrntladate d'e^poTtirion 
de i'objet. 

Enpoitant une enchcie. toute pcisojine occepte d'ctrc Lice 
parie! Condicionj Gcnénlesde Ctiisdes [ Inter nati oriaL) 
S.A.,inscrées dins ic cjEiLof!U.e. 



Goco ni raiSArìt 




NLtréio de ditnl {si « 


rnirt 


Adrf^e 


Ville et tlat 


Cade fiQil^l 


f-ìfi 




Téi.IjoLrr^e) 


lioi n 


Furlsbie 





(IrrpoftHrìlJ 
{ ; Jene vaoc pAìrHmwir l« infcimaticK tì^i p[0[Sa,lr« VEiWHpar email 

Le cocontractant est l'ayant droit économique 

(L'ayant droitéconomilque ne peut étre ni une sodétè offshore ni une- société de; do mi die) 

Cj OJi 

r. Non Avant droit économique 

Ad rase 

Si VOU5 n'avez ancore j a mais cndicn ou vendu avecChristie's, nous vous remerei ons de bien 
vouioìrnousfoLirnir ies docurfrcnts suivants: Personne physique: une plKe d'identité 
officieile Ipcrmis deconduire, carte d'identité ou passeportì. et si ledit document ne ies 
contient pas. Line preuve de 5on adrese actueile, telle qu'unc faciure d'ele-ctricité ou Line 
attestatìon bancaire. Sociétés: une photocopie du registre du commerce ■ Pour toutes autres 
?trucT:ures commerciale? telies que des Trust?, des sodétés offshore ou des sociétés en nom 
coliectif, merci de bien vouioir contacter le Christie's Credit Department au +41 (0J22 319 
174-0 a"fin d'obtenir conseii sur i'ininrmatinn devant etrefournio. 

Si "jous "jous enregistrez en vuo d'endiórir pour le compte d'un tiers qui n'a jamais enchéri ou 
vendu avec Christie^, nous vous remercions de nous fournir une piece d'identité officieiie 
atlffltant de votre propre identiié mais égaiement une pi£!ce d'identité cfficidie attestant de 
l'ìdentité du tiers, aìnsi que le pouvoir signé par ledit tiers en votre faveur Les nouveaux 
dients, ies clients n'ayant pasenchèri avec l 'un des bureaux de Christie's au cours des deux 
derni ércs années, ainsi que ccu:i souhaitant enchérir pour un montant supérieur à des 
endiéres antérieures, dcvront fournir une referente bancaire. Nous vous remercions 
égaiement de bien vouioir remplir la section ci-aprés avec vos coordonnees bancaires; 



rJoRK d« Is E^rqu^ 




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■èrolsl de Compte 


/idresiede la Barque 


Tel 


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Lhgne biiette 

MERCI DE BIEN VOULOlR ECRlRE EN MAJUSCULE 



Numi-ru de lot 
fiSi.ni tonile) 



Eiitlierter Sfr 
(eHdjant lei fiali a 
la charge de l'acheteji) 



èic4lel>Dt 
I l'«dre> 



Erthèie pr 5Pi 
(exduarrt leifral: i 
\a [haige de l'acheteur) 



J'al priitcnralsarirp dciconditloini gerérateìelauii Ir 
forte nj. aiiil n Le par toLte modlfiratinr apportee à t 
annonii; (aite avainL ou pendant la venie. 



Signature 



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EL:t<l. soit paraMÌ^ affirhé darì la sai le de i/en'B.ioltpar 



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Christies 



CHRISTIE'SSWITZERLAND 

DiRECTORS 

Frai]i;oÌ5 Ciiriel. Cliairman; 

Eric Vildieu. Senior Vice President 

Eveliiie de Proyarf.Vke President 

Aiirel Bacs. Dr. Dirk BoU. 

M\TÌ;irii Chrisrinaz,Tl"Kirais Seydoiix, 

Triiiz Zi^sler, Directors 



SPEC^ALISTS 

Aurei Bats. Sabine Kegel, Hans- Peter Keller, 

Jean-Marc Lunel, Francois Rothlisbeiger, 

Thomas SeydoLut.Eric Vildieii. 

Senior Speci alists 

Heien Mokswoitli, Livia Russo, 

Nidja Scribaiite. Oliwr Wiseiiian. 

^«riatists 



CHRISTIES SWITZERLANO ADViSDRY 
BOARD 

Michel .^ni. Presidenr 
Thierr\' Barbier-Mueller, Bernhard Fischer, 
Ciroline Godfircft'. Filar de La Béraiidière, 
Nicolas OlErainare, Joerg Happald 



tHHISTIE'S EUHOFEAN ADVISDHY 
BOARD 

Fedro Girao. Chairman, 
CiirisCopiier Balfour, Patiicii Barbizet, 
Ginevra Elkann. L D. Furstdn zu Fiiistenberg, 
S.D.DrJohAiin Georg Pi-inz\Dn HolienzaUern, 
H.R.H. Priiice Pavloi of Greece. 
Alicia Koplowrtz, Robert Manankian. 
Her GraceTJie Duchess of MirlboroT-igh. 
Usha Mittal, Leopoldo Rodés. <^igdeni Sinuvi 



THE BOARD OF thRISTlE'5 

Pitncii Barbizet. Chiiriiiin. 

Edwjiìi DolniJii, Chief Eicecuti\-e Officer; 

Charles Cator. Deputy Chiirinan, 

Francois CurieL Deputa' Chairnian. 

Nick Deeming, Pedro Girao. Brett Gorvy, 

Nicholas Hall. Lisa King, Stephen Ladi, 

Viscount Linley, Marc Porter, 

Jiissi Pylkkanen.Theow-HumeTcw 



EUROPEAN DrREdTOHS 

Jiissi PylkkaiiL'n, President 

Aiip^eLi Biillou. Dr. Dirk Boll, 

Roni Cilat-Baliaiiff, Qarice Pecori Cirildi, 

Christiane Grafm ni Rintzau. 

Roland de Lathiiy, Eveline de Proyart, 

Francois de Eticqles. Andreas Riuiibler, 

]op Ubbens, Juan Varez 



SWITZERLAND AUCTION CALENDAR 2009 



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